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How does the Full Faith and Credit Clause affect the states? a. Each state must recognize the law and legal proceeding from another state. c. Each state must retry every out of state court case if
the participant moves to the new state full time. b. Each state must give another state credit to trade with each other. d. Each state must agree to pay another state monies if a new person moves into the new state halfway through the year.
The answer is a. Each state must recognize the law and legal proceeding from another state.
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User: How does the Full Faith and Credit Clause affect the states? a. Each state must recognize the law and legal proceeding from another state. c. Each state must retry every out of state court case if the participant moves to the new state full time. b. Each state must give another state credit to trade with each other. d. Each state must agree to pay another state monies if a new person moves into the new state halfway through the year.

Weegy: The answer is a. Each state must recognize the law and legal proceeding from another state.
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User: Which of the following powers are granted to the national government by the Constitution? a. delegated powers c. reserved powers b. supremacy powers d. power of judicial review

Weegy: The answer is a. delegated powers
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User: the power of both the local and federal governments to tax is an example of

Weegy: The power of both the local and federal governments to tax is an example of Concurrent powers.
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