United States Constitution: Article Four of the United States Constitution
Article Four of the United States ConstitutionArticle four of the United States Constitution describes the relationship between federal and state powers. Section one of Article four is known as the Full Faith and Credit clause, requiring the acknowledgement of each state's actions by the other states. Section three of Article four is known as the Property clause, giving the federal government plenary, supreme, non-exclusive jurisdiction over lands owned by the federal government. These lands include BLM land and national forests, parks, monuments, recreation or wilderness areas.