Grover Cleveland


What law did Cleveland sign that regulated railway rates?

Cleveland signed into law the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887, which created the Interstate Commerce Commission, a federal agency that monitored the railway rates. The law was designed to ensure that such rates would be “reasonable and just.”


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