Reed-Bullwinkle Act

U.S. law/shipping

Legislation passed in 1948 authorizing the creation of the rate bureaus. Their role is to help set agreements on rates by providing a sanctioned forum. Reed-Bullwinkle was revised in 1970 to provide antitrust immunity for railroads on collective rate-making activities.

See rate bureau.

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