Legislative Record of the Sixty Eighth Congress

Archive Report

President Coolidge in his annual and special messages to the Sixty Eighth Congress made fifty recommendations for action by the Congress on general legislation. The action taken on all recommendations is set out in the body of this report. Only the major measures are touched upon in the opening summary.

Legislation Enacted

Bills dealing with the following subjects, upon which action was asked by the President, were enacted into law during the Congress.
Tax revisionForeign debt funding
Immigration restrictionVeteran hospitalization
Readjustment of freight ratesRiver and harbor improvements
Navy modernizationGood Roads
Prohibition enforcementReclamation
Reform of judicial procedureReforestation
Federal prison reformOil pollution of coastal waters
Foreign Service reorganizationAlaskan Fisheries

Measures Failing with Adjournment

Bills dealing with the following subjects, upon which legislative action was asked in the President's messages, failed with sine die adjournment of the Sixty Eighth ...
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