City of Chicago v. United States,
396 U.S. 162 (1969)

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City of Chicago v. United States, 396 U.S. 162 (1969)

City of Chicago v. United States

No. 101

Argued November 20, 1969

Decided December 9, 1969*

396 U.S. 162


Orders of the Interstate Commerce Commission discontinuing investigations conducted under § 13a(1) of the Interstate Commerce Act with regard to the notice of rail carriers to terminate interstate passenger services held judicially reviewable on the complaint of aggrieved persons. Pp. 396 U. S. 164-167.

294 F.Supp. 1103 and 1106, reversed.

Page 396 U. S. 163

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