The buying and selling of products and services across state borders.
Commerce that involves transportation of articles of commerce across state lines.
Trade, traffic, or transportation in the United States which is between a place in a State and a place outside of such State (including a place outside of the United States) or is between two places in a State through another State or a place outside of the United States. (49CFR390)
Both the 1933 and 1934 ACTS define INTERSTATE COMMERCE to include SECURITIES transactions between any State and any foreign country.
A federal agency which regulates all transportation in Commission interstate commerce.
Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the United States Constitution, the "Commerce Clause," gives Congress the exclusive power to "regulate Commerceâ€¦among the several States." As shorthand, we often speak of "interstate commerce," meaning commerce that crosses state lines. Congress' power to regulate interstate commerce has been interpreted broadly to include articles in commerce, the channels of commerce, things that affect interstate commerce, and even wholly intrastate activities that, when aggregated, may have an impact on interstate commerce or national markets. (See also "Commerce Clause").
The exchange of goods and/or services across state lines. It provides a basis for congressional and federal government agency regulation of wages and hours of work and other employ- ment-related matters.
The power to regulate the flow of goods across state or national boundaries was awarded to Congress in Article I, Section 8, Clause 3 of the U.S. Constitution and became the legal foundation for many federal programs during and after the New Deal. At various times federal action has been nullified because the commerce in question was intra state or because the activity being regulated was deemed to be noncommercial in nature. See U.S. v. E.E. Knight Co. (1895).
Compare? A clause of the United States Constitution which reserves to the federal government the right to regulate the conduct of business across state lines. Under this clause, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that states may not restrict the disposal of wastes originating out-of-state more than that of waste originating in-state.
Traffic, commercial trading, or the transportation of persons or property between States.
An interchange of goods or commodities which involves transportation between states.
Trade between or among several states of the United States; includes facsimile across state lines or transport by rail and roads.
Interstate commerce means commerce between any place in a state and any place in another state, or between places in the same state through another state, whether such commerce moves wholly by motor vehicle or partly by motor vehicles, partly by rail, express or water.
Commercial trade, business, movement of goods or money, or transportation from one state to another, regulated by the federal government according to powers spelled out in Article I of the Constitution.
(USA) Trade, transport, and communication between or among the several states of the United States.
The transportation of persons or property between states; in the course of the movement, the shipment crosses a state boundary line.
Interstate commerce is trade between states (Intrastate commerce is trade within a state.). The Constitution empowers Congress to regulate interstate commerce, and, in "Gibbons v. Ogden" in 1824, the Supreme Court ruled that a state government can regulate intrastate commerce, but not when the transaction involves crossing a state line.