President Cassatt of the Pennsylvania Railroad encloses an amendment to the Interstate Commerce Act which enlarges the powers of the Interstate Commerce Commission and places railroads under government regulation. Cassatt supports the bill but does not believe that it will pass without active support from President Roosevelt.
Bills, Legislative; Railroads and state--Law and legislation; Interstate commerce--Law and legislation; Business and politics; United States. Interstate Commerce Commission; United States. Congress. Senate; Elkins, Stephen B. (Stephen Benton), 1841-1911
Senator Lodge writes to President Roosevelt regarding Brooks
Adams's proposal to establish distance rates by law. Lodge
considers this destructive to businesses.
Railroads and state--Law and legislation; Railroads; Washington (State)--Spokane; Adams, Brooks, 1848-1927
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