CONGRESS: The Senate Week May 7, 1928

Work Done. Last week, the U. S. Senators :

¶. Passed a seven-year-old bill providing compulsory compensation of injured employees by employers in the District of Columbia; sent it to the House. C. Passed the House bill of appropriations to run the House and Senate, adding on $500,000 to improve the Senate chamber's light and ventilation.

¶. Debated and passed the House bill of $363,737)000 appropriations to run the Navy Department, defeating all attempts to include a rider recalling the U. S. Marines from Nicaragua.

¶. Passed the delayed joint resolution giving a special gold medal to Colonel Lindbergh; after stormy argument, ordered...

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