CONSTITUTIONAL LAW — Privileges and Immunities — Public Records

McBurney v. Young

New Jersey Law Journal

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State law granting state citizens access to all public records but giving no such right to out-of-staters does not violate the Privileges and Immunities Clause, which protects only those privileges and immunities that are "fundamental."

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