THE CONGRESS: Legislative Week: Jun. 28, 1926

The Senate—

¶ Futilely debated the Dawes-McNary-Haugen farm relief bill all week, without getting to a vote, although the vote was always imminent.

¶ Adopted a resolution declaring Senator Schall legally elected. (See "Blind Man's Huff.")

¶ Adopted a resolution directing the World War Foreign Debt Commission to inquire whether any private banking interests had made or were preparing to make a loan to France. Two days later Andrew William Mellon, Chairman of the Commission, replied that he had inquired in all likely quarters and found no trace of such a loan.

¶ Held...

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