Capital Bulletin

August 1975
National Review Bulletin;8/22/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 32, pB124
The article presents several political news briefs from the United States. It has been said privately by some senior Administration officials that the U.S. Congress may be able to override President Gerald R. Ford's veto of the bill extending oil price controls. Senator William Proxmire has given his Golden Fleece of the Month award to the Bureau of Land Management. The congressmen have passed a cost of living increase for themselves and other senior government officials. The Washington metropolitan area is now the most expensive place in the U.S. to buy a house.


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