CONGRESS: The Senate Week Jun. 10, 1929

Work Done. The Senate of the U. S. last week:

¶ Passed (57 to 26) a bill to take the census and reapportion the House of Representatives.

¶ Debated a bill by Idaho's Borah to suppress unfair and fraudulent practices in marketing perishable farm products.

¶ Adopted a resolution accepting from South Carolina a statue of Wade Hampton for the Capitol's statuary hall.

¶ Confirmed Dwight Filley Davis as Governor-General of the Philippines, Charles Evans Hughes Jr. as U. S. Solicitor-General, Robert Hendry Lucas as Commissioner of Internal Revenue.


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