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The Constitution of the United States of America
Constitution include the right to collect taxes, declare war, and regulate interstate and foreign trade. In addition to these delegated, or expressed powers (those listed in ... Federal Aviation Administration and the Postal Service. Congress also has passed laws to regulate interstate commerce, thereby controlling many aspects of the U.S. economy. COURT DECISIONS. Federal and state ...
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FedGovResources
DOT is rather liberal in its interpretation of interstate commerce -- so most intrastate commerce falls under DOT regulation. United States Department of Energy (DOE ...
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Terms Beginning With "I"
Interstate Carrier Water Supply: A source of water for drinking and sanitary use on planes, buses, trains, and ships operating in more than one state. These sources are federally regulated. Interstate Commerce ... may not inequitably restrict the disposal of out-of-state wastes in their jurisdictions. Interstate Waters: Waters that flow across or form part of state or international boundaries; e. ...
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Fish and Wildlife Service
Safe Harbor agreements [PDF] and Candidate Conservation Agreements with Assurances [PDF], recovery and interstate commerce permits, associated with activities such as captive breeding and research to further the ... materials are ready for submission. 3-200-55 [PDF] for Recovery Permits and Interstate Commerce Permits 3-200-56 [PDF] for Incidental Take Permits Associated with Habitat Conservation ...
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Agency Contact Information
Department of Energy that regulates the transmission and wholesale sales of electricity in interstate commerce; licenses and inspects private, municipal and state hydroelectric projects; oversees related environmental matters and administers ...
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New Rules Project - Agriculture - Anti Price Discrimination Laws
Missouri passed a similar law in 1999, avoiding the language overturned in South Dakota. ... small producer", the Federal District Court ruled in March 2000 that the law violated the Commerce Clause of the US Constitution. In May 2001, the 8th Circuit Court of Appeals ...
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New Rules Project - Environment - NJ Tractor-trailer Ban on Local Roads
District Court to overturn the ban, charging that it impedes interstate commerce by forcing some truckers "to deviate from more direct routes, ... . We feel quite strongly that the law does not impact interstate commerce because we're providing a good system of roads for ... Full Text of P.L. 1999, Chapter 348 - Establishing Penalties for Interstate Truckers on Local Roads - approved January 13, 2000 New ...
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Compassion Over Killing > COK Investigation Exposes Farmed Animal Suffering During Interstate Transport
VegBaltimore.com VegDC.com VegPortland.com COK Investigation Exposes Farmed Animal Suffering During Interstate Transport While the abuses endured by animals on factory farms and inside slaughterhouses ... the interstate truck transport of farmed animals. According to a USDA website that offers trucking guidance for animal exporters: “Federal law requires that livestock in interstate commerce be ...
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GLOSSARY
Energy that has jurisdiction over energy producers that sell or transport fuels for resale in interstate commerce; the authority to set oil and gas pipeline transportation rates and to set the value ...
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GLOSSARY
TRANSMISSION SERVICES - The transmission of electric energy sold, or to be sold, at wholesale in interstate commerce (from EPAct). WIRES CHARGE - A broad term which refers to charges levied on power suppliers ...
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