AP US Government and Politics
What do you think Full Faith and Credit Clause means?
Use Full Faith and Credit Clause in a sentence that you wouldn't be embarrassed for your mother to read.
Think of an example of Full Faith and Credit Clause in current events:
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Full Faith and Credit Clause: Article IV, Section 1 of the United States Constitution, known as the "Full Faith and Credit Clause", addresses the duties that states within the United States have to respect the "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state." For example, because of the Full Faith and Credit Clause New Hampshire must recognize a motor vehicle license from Virginia, even though everybody knows Virginians can't drive! This term is NEVER abbreviated to FF and CC because that would be silly and sounds like the initials of a really boring couple. This is also not the name of Santa's off-season accounting firm.
If it weren't for the Full Faith and Credit Clause, you'd have to get a married again each time you and your spouse moved to a new state. That could be very expensive and time consuming, but you'd get tons of cool wedding presents!
What does the Full Faith and Credit Clause require all states to do?
What would the US be like without the Full Faith and Credit Clause?
Rank the following clauses in order of importance to the USA: Commerce, National Supremacy, Full Faith and Credit, & Necessary and Proper: