Interstate Commerce

Some articles on interstate commerce, commerce, interstate:

List Of United States Supreme Court Cases By The Hughes Court
495 (1935) interstate commerce, New Deal Humphrey's Executor v ... restrictions, Presidential power over international commerce DeJonge v. 1 (1937) interstate commerce another consequence of “the switch in time that saved nine” Steward Machine Company v ...
James Herron Hopkins - Interstate Commerce
... He introduced the first (successful) bill implementing federal regulations on interstate commerce in 1872 ...
List Of United States Supreme Court Cases - 1930–1939
495 (1935) interstate commerce, New Deal Humphrey's Executor v. 304 (1936) export restrictions, Presidential power over international commerce DeJonge v. 1 (1937) interstate commerce another consequence of “the switch in time that saved nine” Steward Machine Company v ...
List Of Landmark Court Decisions In The United States - Individual Rights - Power of Congress To Enforce Civil Rights
241 (1964) Interstate commerce, and hence the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 (prohibiting discrimination against blacks) applies to places of public. 802 (1964) The power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce (Article I, section 8) extends to a restaurant not patronized by interstate travelers, but which ...
Loewe V. Lawlor - Opinion of The Court
... Justice Melville Fuller, the UHU was found to have been acting in restraint of interstate commerce, and to have violated the Sherman Antitrust Act ... or conspiracy, in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is illegal ... person or persons, to monopolize any part of the trade or commerce among the several States, or with foreign nations, is in violation of the statute ...

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