Congress Committee Postpones Hearing on Bill to Bar Racial Bias from Mails
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Congress Committee Postpones Hearing on Bill to Bar Racial Bias from Mails

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Hearings on two bills to bar religious and racial incitements from the mails have been postponed until Nov. 15 by a subcommittee of the House Committee on Post Offices and Post Roads.

Subcommittee Chairman Samuel A. Weiss, Pennsylvania Democrat, asked the postponement to give 50 prospective witnesses time to prepare their arguments. The hearings had been set for Oct. 18.

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