Definition of intrastate
: existing or occurring within a state
Recent Examples of intrastate from the Web
The NHL released the regular-season home openers for all 31 NHL teams Wednesday, and the Florida Panthers will begin the 2017-18 season with a back-to-back set against intrastate rival, the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Although broadband network traffic is interstate, ISPs' communications with consumers are intrastate and can thus be regulated by individual states, the group argued.
In a minor victory for inmate advocates, the court said that the commission can limit additional fees specifically connected to interstate, but not intrastate, calls.
But Brown proposed shifting oversight of smaller transportation options, including intrastate moving companies, charter boats and hot air balloons, from the California Public Utilities Commission to different state and local agencies by mid-2018.
Miami Marlins: -6 ►Marlins open a four-game, home-and-home series against intrastate rival Rays.
Harden finished with 39 points and 12 assists in the final matchup of the season between the intrastate rivals.
The Cup’s end doesn’t mean the Gophers will stop playing their intrastate rivals.
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INTRASTATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of intrastate for English Language Learners
: occurring within a state
Legal Definition of intrastate
: existing within a state interstate and intrastate commerce
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