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Public Policy Exceptions" to the Full Faith and Credit Clause 3.
The Classic Supreme Court Construction of the Full Faith and Credit Clause and the 1790 Act C.
Silberman, an expert in interjurisdictional legal conflicts, believes policies like Oklahoma's may violate the Constitution's Full Faith and Credit Clause, which says "Full Faith and Credit shall be given in each State to the public Acts, Records, and judicial Proceedings of every other State.
When that happens, depending on legal interpretation, the Full Faith and Credit clause of the U.
When analyzed under Florida's statutory scheme regarding judgments and the full faith and credit clause of the U.
The net effect was to reduce the scope of the Court's historic decision, from the larger notion of equal protection under the law, to the narrower full faith and credit clause, from macro to micro, from fed to state, from Major Homo to minor doma.
The court noted under the plaintiff's interpretation of Full Faith and Credit Clause a single state could mandate that all states recognize bigamy, polygamy, marriages between blood relatives or marriages involving minor children.
They argue that the Full Faith and Credit clause of the Constitution essentially federalizes the issue; hence a constitutional amendment is necessary.