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The exemption refers to the 1935 Motor Carrier Act, as amended, which contains a clause stating that agricultural commodities are exempt from economic regulation by the Interstate Commerce Commission.
Its two predecessors, the Interstate Commerce Commission and the C.
In the same year, the Interstate Commerce Commission was strengthened to enable it to curb the power of the railroads.
Consumers never asked for an Interstate Commerce Commission to prevent new truckers from entering the business.
July 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today by Santa Fe: Santa Fe officials are gratified by the unanimous vote of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) to approve the combination of Burlington Northern Railroad (NYSE: BNI) and The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway Company.
Those wholesalers that qualify as small businesses will have no liability, and larger wholesalers can challenge the claim with the Interstate Commerce Commission, which has shown leniency towards wholesalers in previous cases.
Cooper currently serves the National MS Society, pro bono, as National Independent Living Consultant, Special Consultant on Employment Initiatives, and as a member of our National Panel of Professional Advisors, following a distinguished career that included tenure at the Interstate Commerce Commission, where she served as Counsel to the Chairman, and supervised the work of fifty-two attorney& In each issue, Ms.
In addition, the interstate Commerce Commission states that, if the material is classified as hazardous, it can be hauled only by carriers who meet certain requirements.