Anti-Alien Labor Bill

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Anti-Alien Labor Bill - the war, attack time he could seemed moved...
the war, attack time he could seemed moved LABOR MEASURE IS DEFEATED BY "Killing" of Anti-Alien Labor Bill Thot to Bode III for Bible Bill SHARPLY ARGUED Labor and Religions Issues Are Vigorously Debated on Floor of Ohio Senate The developed that coun- «~ the his JOHN J. VINCENT I N S Stuff Corrc^pon^cn*' COLUMBUS, March 20--Defeat of the Ku Klux Klan-supported anti-alien labor bill in the Ohio senate yesterday, today boded 111 for the Bible bill, which Is now pending before the state legislature. It is openly admitted that the defeat of the labor bill was the HARDING f ^ 1 ^^^S~***^^ sharpest blow dealt to the Klmn or- began retired before this session. "Are we to put the stamp of the Ku Klux Klan on the Ohio Senate?" Sen. George H. Bender bitterly asked in arguing against the measure. Replying to Bender, Sen. William A. Clark. Urbana. sponsor of the bill, declared. "I wrote the bill myself, no organization wrote it." When the roll was called, 15 senators voted "yes," ten voted "no." three senators kept silent, and one senator was absent. Sixteen votes, a three-fifths majority, is neces- sary'to pass a blllr Sentfment expressed In the defeat of the labor bill, will undoubtedly reflect Itself when the Bible measure, which admittedly Is^ supported by the Ku Klux Klan,' and which requires the reading of ten passages of the Bible dally in the public schools of Ohio, is put on Continued on Page Four With least

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  1. The Coshocton Tribune,
  2. 20 Mar 1929, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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  • Anti-Alien Labor Bill

    wchadwick – 10 Feb 2013