While the full faith and credit clause of the Constitution makes no apparent distinction between judgments and public acts, it is clear that statutes have not been afforded the same degree of full faith and credit as judgments. Whether or not a statute will receive full faith and credit has been questionable in most cases, and serious problems of prediction still arise.
George D. Miller, Jr. S.Ed.,
CONFLICT OF LAWS-FULL FAITH AND CREDIT AS APPLIED TO STATUTES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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