Two cases, and , were decided together and are known as the . A state railroad commission had authorized Texas railroads to charge significantly lower rates for intrastate versus interstate rail shipments. The Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) issued an order that overruled that state railroad commission’s authorization. The railroads argued that Congress lacked the right to set rates for intrastate transport under the Constitution’s commerce clause, but the Supreme Court found that... więcej
Salem Press Encyclopedia, 2020. 1p.