Interstate Commerce Act of 1887

The Interstate Commerce Act of 1887 regulated the railroad industry, especially its monopolistic practices. The measure required that railroad rates be “reasonable and just” and that railroads publicize shipping rates. However, it did not empower the government to set rates. The law also created the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC), to oversee railroads and ensure that they complied.

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