2 Legislative History of Labor 1946: Case Bill and Temporary Bill 1 (1946)

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LABOR -- 1946


      H. R. 4908 was introduced by Mrs. Norton on Dec-
 ember 5, 1945 as the Labor Fact-Finding Boards Act.
 Hearings were held before the House Committee on Labor.
 The bill was then amended and reported to the House on
 January 28, 1946. Mr. Case introduced H. R. 52862 on
 January 29 as the Labor Disputes Act, 1946. On Jan-
 uary 31, the House Rules Committee reported a resolution
 substituting the text of H. R. 5262 for the text of H. R.
 4908, -- thus, making H. R. 4908 the Case bill. This
 bill passed the House on February 7, 1946. The Senate
 Committee on Education and Labor held hearings and sub-
 sequently reported the bill on April 16, 1946.  It was
 then amended and oassed the Senate on Lay 25, 1946. The
 House agreed to the Senate amendments on May 29, 1946.
 The President vetoed the bill on June 11, and on that
 same day the bill failed of passage over the President's

     I7eanwhile, on May 25, 1946, the President requested
the Congress to pass his proposal for temporary labor
legislation.  This was introduced in the Senate as S. 2255
and in the House as H. R. 6578.  The Rules of the House
were suspended and tho House immediately passed the bill.
H. R. 6578 was then sent to the Senate where it was re-
ferred to the Senate Committee on Interstate Comnerce.
This Committee made minor changes in the bill and reported
it back to the Senate the same day, Hay 25, 1946.  There
were no formal House or Senate Reports on this bill. The
bill passed the Senate, amended, on May 31, 1946.  The
Senate asked for a conference on June 3, 1946, but the
House did not agree to a conference.


I.  H. R. 4908  (Case bill)

1.   H. R. 4908, as introduced by Mrs. Norton, Dec. 5,

2.   H. R. 4908, as reported to House, Jan. 28, 1946.

3.   H. R. 5262, as introduced by Mr. Case, Jan. 29, 1946.

4.   H. R. 4908, as passed house, Yeb. 7, 1946.

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