interstate commerce

Definition of "interstate commerce"
  1. The exchange of goods, services, or currency that crosses state boundaries, which the federal government can regulate under the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution
How to use "interstate commerce" in a sentence
  1. The trucking company participates in interstate commerce by delivering goods across multiple states.
  2. Selling merchandise online might involve interstate commerce if the goods are sent to different states.
  3. Regulations on interstate commerce affect how corporations conduct business across state borders.

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