CONGRESS: The House Week Mar. 12, 1928

Work Done. Last week the U. S. Representatives:

¶ Passed a bill authorizing a Lindbergh medal to be struck, a gold original to be given to the subject, bronze copies to be sold to the public; sent it to the Senate.

¶ Passed a bill authorizing Col. Lindbergh to accept decorations from foreign governments.

¶ Passed a resolution formally seating swart, Wet, loquacious Representative La Guardia of New York, whose right to sit had been contested.

¶ Passed a resolution authorizing the American Federation of Labor to erect a statue to Samuel Gompers, in Washington.

¶ Passed a bill appropriating some $143,000,000 to run...

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