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judgments, however, the Full Faith and Credit Clause's application
This Note examines the Full Faith and Credit Clause of the United
converse of the rule prescribed under the Full Faith and Credit Clause
Confederation's full faith and credit provision was Jenkins v.
Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State.
A careful reading of the Full Faith and Credit Clause reveals that the Constitution empowers Congress, not the Supreme Court, to declare the effect of one state's laws on the laws of her sister states.
Perhaps even more disturbing is the portent of the Act if allowed to stand: the asserted ability of Congress tN restrict the scope of the Full Faith and Credit Clause through legislation.
A full understanding of the legislation's potential unconstitutionality requires an examination of many substantive areas, including the history of the Full Faith and Credit Clause, its interpretation against a background of conflict-of-laws rules, and their combined application to the unique area of marriage.
The members of the Constitutional Convention essentially adopted the Confederation's version of the full faith and credit clause, but made two fundamental modifications.
Danny Wall decided not to seek an attorney general's opinion on the full faith and credit question but, rather, to repeat his request for legislation.
1% of 2005 personal income and is almost two-thirds full faith and credit general obligations.
Florida's full faith and credit bonds also carry a pledge of specific taxes for each type of debt.
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