Interstate Commerce Commission


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Interstate Commerce Commission

A former organization of the U.S. federal government established to regulate railroads. Among other things, it ensured fair prices for consumers and attempted to prevent racial discrimination on rail. Its jurisdiction was later expanded to include trucking. It was established in 1887 and was abolished in 1995.
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The railroads responded by filing suit in federal court, citing both the Interstate Commerce Clause of the constitution, and, more specifically, the Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act of 1995, which they claimed specifically preempted traditional local police powers.
His experience prior to joining KCS includes private practice, the Interstate Commerce Commission, AT&T and the Nebraska Public Service Commission.
He was often in Boston in connection with his former job at the old Interstate Commerce Commission, in Newark, N.
At all times, UPS's activities were regulated by the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), state transportation agencies, public utility commissions and the Civil Aeronautics Board.
The first big growth of federal government came from new agencies, such as the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Federal Trade Commission, that were supposed to keep the burgeoning corporations in check.
Quinn has a long record of advocacy for the trucking industry, including service as the Chairman of the Truckload Carriers Association and as an attorney who worked on Interstate Commerce Commission filings related to trucking.
The Federal Acquisition Regulation was a change in domestic freight transportation regulations that followed the demise of the Interstate Commerce Commission.
Prior to joining NADA, McCarthy was legislative counsel to the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Rules Committee of the U.

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