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why does the constitution guarantee that the courts may not 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 districts

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