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A major exception is the public policy exception. Federal courts are less likely to force a state to enforce the laws of a second state where that law conflicts with the public policy of the first state.

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Enforcement of other states' criminal laws

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Which constitutional clause has been central in debates over same-sex marriage?

The two most pertinent clauses are: (1) The Equal Protection Claus; and, (2) the Full Faith and Credit Clause.


Should state and local govenments be allowed to create public policy exceptions to the full faith and credit clause?

"Should" is an opinion word. There are, of course, two sides to this, and the answer depends on which you think is more likely: Should a sane state be forced to submit to the nonsensical whims of its wacko neighbor? (Pretty obviously no.) Should a wacko state be forced to recognize the reasonable decisions of its sane neighbor? (Pretty obviously yes.) The problem is that not everyone agrees what laws are "wacko" and what laws are "reasonable." In general, while "full faith and credit" is a nice phrase, judgements historically have been given somewhat more "faith and credit" than laws have.


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How long does it take to get your BA degree once transferring to a Cal State after 2 years with your AA degree?

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One of two things. First, you still owe the money. but you can not use that credit account anymore. or Second, you have paid off the account and the creditor has not notified the credit bureaus that you have paid this account in full. If it is paid in full, I suggest you notify the credit agencies.


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If, perhaps, you could complete the 120 credit hours requirement within those two years. That would be a real nasty class load each of those semesters ... 55 credit hours in one semester? 15 credit hours is considered a full time load.


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With two exceptions, the same as anyone else