intrastate


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in·tra·state

 (ĭn′trə-stāt′)
adj.
Relating to or existing within the boundaries of a state.

intrastate

(ˌɪntrəˈsteɪt)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) chiefly US of, relating to, or confined within a single state, esp a state of the US

in•tra•state

(ˌɪn trəˈsteɪt)

adj.
existing or occurring within the boundaries of a state, esp. of the U.S.: intrastate commerce.
[1900–05]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.intrastate - relating to or existing within the boundaries of a state; "intrastate as well as interstate commerce"
interstate - involving and relating to the mutual relations of states especially of the United States; "Interstate Highway Commission"; "interstate highways"; "Interstate Commerce Commission"; "interstate commerce"
Translations

intrastate

adj (US) → innerhalb des (Bundes)staates
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As of 2017, roughly 77% of listed species, or over 1,000 species, were intrastate species whose ranges did not cross state borders.
Natural gas supply will be sourced into the project from multiple locations, including existing receipt points along Kinder Morgan's KMTP and El Paso Natural Gas pipeline systems in the Permian Basin, a proposed interconnection with the Trans-Pecos Pipeline, and additional interconnections to both intrastate and interstate pipeline systems in the Waha area.
The North American Securities Administrators Association and the Securities and Exchange Commission signed Friday a memorandum of understanding to share information as new rules to facilitate intrastate crowdfunding offerings and regional offerings kick in.
M2 EQUITYBITES-February 23, 2016-American Midstream reports non-binding open season to extend Magnolia Intrastate Pipeline from 22 February 2016 to 11 April 2016
We define a tax or subsidy system to be neutral with respect to interstate commerce if there is a set of possible price changes that could occur in response to the tax or subsidy, such that the tax or subsidy (including the price changes) would not give sellers or buyers in either state an incentive to switch from interstate to intrastate transactions.
Since the passage of the Wisconsin law, it has been unclear how intrastate crowdfunding offerings can legally be advertised.
One of the interesting things is we're having the conversation with [the] attorney general and with constitutional lawyers about whether intrastate manufacturing, intrastate development of weapons and/or ammunition could be regulated by the state of Texas if it's just used for this state," Perry said.
Beyond following these basic steps, and understanding that the compact does not allow for deployment of individuals acting on their own accord, what really makes EMAC function at its best are two things: 1) When local and state responders know how the compact works, and 2) when intrastate agreements--agency to agency; agency to city; city to city and/or county; county to state, etc.
This project will more than double capacity on Kinder Morgan's intrastate pipeline system to move East Texas production to markets in Houston and Beaumont, and it is a good locational fit with the ongoing storage expansion at our North Dayton facility," said Tom Martin, president of the Texas Intrastate Pipeline Group.
Nevertheless, the effect of destination-based sourcing on local sales and use tax administration has raised significant practical concerns, leading some states to advocate the use of origin-based sourcing for intrastate taxable sales.
Intrastate communitarian strife, often dubbed "ethnic conflict," has gained much attention in the aftermath of the Cold War.
Recently a Michigan state court upheld that state's right to impose a $100-per-truck annual fee for interstate and intrastate operations.