“Continuing surveillance”. FCC didn’t really rate regulate AT&T during this period; all done through informal negotiations AT&T made voluntary reductions in interstate long-distance rates of $30 million per year
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“The proper regulation of rates can be had only by maintaining the limits of state and federal jurisdiction . . .” While the difficulty in making an exact apportionment of the property is apparent, and extreme nicety is not required, only reasonable measures being essential . . . It is quite another matter to ignore altogether the actual uses to which the property is put. . . . Unless an apportionment is made, the intrastate service to which the exchange property is allocated will bear an undue burden . . .”