Nation: The Congress: Work Done

Last week the Congress also:

> Approved, by a Senate vote of 69 to 17, the revival of some of the benefits enjoyed by service veterans of World War II and the Korean War. The new measure would give educational allowances and housing assistance to those who have served at least six months since the last G.I. bill lapsed on Jan. 31, 1955. Some 5,000,000 already would be eligible under the new bill. Opposed by the Administration, the bill would cost an estimated $1.9 billion through 1970. It now goes to the House.

> Voted, 410 to 0 in the House, for...

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