THE CONGRESS: The 86th at Work

As spring crept up on Washington, Senate Majority Leader Lyndon Johnson declared Congress' work farther along than for many a session. If nobody drags his feet, promised Texan Johnson, the Senate could join the more efficient House in two weeks of Easter vacation. Last week a few Congressmen took to sparsely populated House and Senate floors to talk up at the press galleries, but in the patient drone of committee rooms the heavy legislative load moved along smoothly. Items:

¶ The Administration bill to make Hawaii the 50th U.S. state, sailing through...

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