If any interstate rate, joint rate, fare, toll, charge, rule or regulation, classification
or schedule of rates, joint rates, fares or tolls is found to be unjust, unreasonable,
excessive, unjustly discriminatory, or unduly preferential, or in violation of, the
interstate commerce law, or in conflict with the rules, orders or regulations of a
federal agency, the corporation commission may apply by petition or other proper method
to the relevant federal agency for relief.
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