CONGRESS: The House Week Feb. 25, 1929

Work Done. The House of Representatives last week:

¶ Passed an immigration bill authorizing deportation of alien gunmen, bootleggers, undesirables.

¶ Passed the Box bill to prevent naturalized Canadians and Mexicans from commuting to work daily across the U. S. borders.

¶ Passed a bill to give immigration quota preference to aliens skilled in arts or crafts.

¶ Debated an $18,645,052 appropriation bill to pay expenses of the Congress.


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