Interstate Commerce Act of 1887

Although designed to regulate the railroad industry, by 1920, this act was the preferred weapon of railroad companies used against the trucking industry. It enforced regulation through the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), until its abolishment in 1995 with the Interstate Commerce Commission Termination Act.

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