Key Vote 65th Congress > House > Vote 31

Date: 1917-05-31

Result: 198-159

Vote Subject Matter: Civil Liberties / Domestic Social Policy

Sponsor: GRAHAM, George Scott (R-PA)

Bill number: HR291

Description: TO RECOMMIT H. R. 291, (40 STAT-217, JUNE 15, 1917), ESPIONAGE AND NEUTRALITY BILL, TO THE COMMITTEE OF CONFERENCE WITH INSTRUCTIONS, TO AGREE TO ELIMINATE FROM THE BILL SECTION 4, TITLE ONE, WHICH DESCRIBES SPECIFICALLY THE CHARACTER OF INFORMATION USEFUL TO THE ENEMY. (P. 3031)

Original source documents: Congressional Record vol. 55-3, p. 3144; House Journal vol. 65-1, p. 213;

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