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Comity clause is also referred to as a privilege and immunities clause. The clause prevents a state in a way which is discriminatory manner. It also has a provision in articles of confederation. The clause gives citizens to right to travel when in other states, right to free speech, right to assemble, right to bear and keep.
Answer A. All Americans have the same basic rights, no matter what State they live or travel to, which means the citizens can freely travel from one state to any other, without any risk of being treated differently from the local citizens. The Article IV states that "the Citizens of each State shall be entitle to all Privilegies and Immunities of Citizens in several States."
All Americans have the same basic rights, no matter what state they live in or travel to.
The Privileges and Immunities Clause prevents a state from treating citizens of other states in a discriminatory manner. Accordingly, the citizens of each state are entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens
The statement that best explains the privileges and immunities clause of article 4 is that all Americans have the same basic rights, no matter what state they live in or travel to.
Explanation:Article IV of the United States Constitution dispenses the rights to the citizens of the United States that can be deemed as their fundamental rights as an 'American' Article IV ensures that these rights are inalienable and same for all irrespective of position, status, and location.