Interstate Commerce Commission Act

The Interstate Commerce Commission Act, also known as An Act to Regulate Commerce, was passed by Congress on December 6, 1886, and signed into law by President Grover Cleveland on February 4, 1887. The main purpose of this act was to ...

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