Mann–Elkins Act, 61st Cong., 2d Sess., ch. 309, 36 Stat. 539 (June 18, 1910).
The Act was a 1910 U.S. federal law that extended the authority of the Interstate Commerce Commission (ICC) to regulate the telecommunications industry, and designated telephone, telegraph and wireless companies as common carriers.
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