THE CONGRESS: Work Done, May 2, 1932

The Senate: ¶Adopted a resolution by Washington's Jones providing for a mixed commission to study reorganization of the executive government.

¶Held funeral services for William Julius Harris, deceased Senator from Georgia.

¶Received from Louisiana's Long a resolution to tax out of existence all incomes over $1,000,000 per year, all estates over $5,000,000.

¶Debated the Bankhead-Heflin contested election in Alabama.

¶Received from Secretary Mills a protest against cutting the Treasury Department's appropriation by 10%.

Committees of the Senate:

¶Approved a bill by New York's Wagner to establish a Federal employment system. A similar bill was vetoed...

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