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What has the author Robert H Birkby written?

Robert H. Birkby has written: 'The Court and public policy' -- subject(s): Cases, Civil rights, Public policy (Law), United States, United States. Supreme Court

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Various states must recognize legislative acts, public records, and judicial decisions of the other states within the United States.

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Only two states in the U.S. allow citizens to directly vote on public issuses.

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Barry Friedman has written: 'The will of the people' -- subject(s): Judicial process, Public opinion, United States, United States. United States

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Judicial Conference of the United States was created in 1922.

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The clause addresses duties that states within United States have to respect "public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state."

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States' Rights

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Most likely the United States.

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policy powers

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