Interstate Commerce Commission(redirected from Interstate Commerce Act of 1887)
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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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