Interstate Commerce Commission, U.S.

The U.S. Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) was established by the Interstate Commerce Act (ICA) of 1887, signed by President Grover Cleveland. The purpose of the commission was to regulate railroads and other common carriers. The agency was dissolved on January 1, ...

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