Record Votes in the Seventy-Second Congress

Archive Report

Measures Voted in the United States Senate

Frequent roll-calls during the first session of the Seventy-second Congress, now drawing to a close at Washington, have placed members of both houses on record on a wide variety of public questions. Issues which were made the subject of record votes in both houses included the foreign-debt moratorium, imposition of a sales tax, full payment of the bonus, various measures for the relief of farm distress and unemployment, reductions in civil and military appropriations, and the Democratic proposal of a policy looking to reciprocal reductions in tariffs.

Among the questions passed upon in the House, which have not yet reached a vote in the Senate, were independence for the Philippines, leasing of Muscle Shoals and the Goldsborough proposal to ...

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