CONGRESS: The House Week Mar. 10, 1930

Work Done. Last week the U. S. House of Representatives: ¶ Passed (180 to 27) a bill permitting the Postmaster General to award mail contracts to purchasers of U. S. shipping board lines without advertising or competitive bidding.

¶ Swore in Charles Finley, Kentucky Republican, to succeed John Marshal Robsion, now a Senator.


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