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Over the Wire

Price Control Bill Passed

By United Press

WASHINGTON--The House tonight passed the Administration's anti-inflation price control bill 224 to 161 after pulling most of its "teeth" and over-whelmingly rejected proposals for wage ceilings or a business licensing system.

The Administration is expected to carry to the Senate its fight for more powerful legislation

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