the jones act



    The Jones Act is a piece of protectionist legislation that considerably increases the costs of shipping goods between two U.S. ports. History of the Jones Act.


    The Merchant Marine Act of 1920, known as the Jones Act, is a federal statute establishing support for the development and maintenance of a merchant marine …


    For nearly 100 years, a federal law known as the Jones Act has restricted water transportation of cargo between U.S. ports to ships that are U.S.-owned, …


    Generally, the Jones Act prohibits any foreign-built, foreign-owned or foreign-flagged vessel from engaging in coastwise trade within the United States. A …


    Oct 9, 2017 … Meet the Jones Act, an obscure 1920 regulation that requires that goods shipped from one American port to another be transported on a ship …


    Jun 5, 2020 … The Jones Act requires that all vessels carrying goods between two U.S. points be American-built, -owned, -crewed and -flagged.


    Sep 29, 2017 … The Jones Act requires all goods shipped between U.S. ports to be transported by U.S. vessels (and operated primarily by Americans). It calls …


    The Jones Act ensures that our nation’s waterways are traveled by well-built ships that meet American safety and environmental standards. The Jones Act …


    The most far reaching of the coastwise trade statutes, is the Jones Act (46 U.S.C. § 55102), a section of the 1920 Merchant Marine Act that strictly speaking, …

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