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Why does the Constitution guarantee that the courts cannot prosecute members of Congress for what they say in the House or Senate in relation to congressional business?

a - Members never criticize one another.
b - Freedom of speech is a vital part of legislative debate.
c - The courts have no jurisdiction in Washington, D.C.
d - Members have the same privileges in their home district.

I think it's b?

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