TeachMeFinance.com - explain Interstate commerce law
Interstate commerce law -- An act of Congress (February 4,
1887) for the regulation of commerce between the several
states and establishing a special commission for the administration
of the law. The law prohibits unjust discrimination in
freight charges by means of special rates and prohibits the pooling of freight (see Pool) by competing lines of transportation.
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