Lectures 10-14

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Lecture 10 10.27.2010 Intermediate Scrutiny Applied:1976 Rostker v. Goldberg (1981) : all male draft registration required. Not females. Court  upholds general based distinction. Women are less suited for combat. Sexes not  similarly situated. Congressional regulations of battle troops.  Facts in dispute.  Michael M v. Superior Court of Sonoma County (1981) Male only statutory  Mississippi University for Women v. Hogan (1982) Roberts v. Jaycees (1984): arose in Minnesota Another of classical liberalism’s conflict of good causes’ Sexual Harassment Meritor Savings Bank v.  Harris v. Forklift Systems (1993) Lecture #11 11.1.10 Fundamental Rights and Strict Scrutiny  Individuals have certain rights as part of the natural order. Others, a theological order.  Others maybe based on secular theories of rights.  The Three Tiers or Tests of E.P. Strict Scrutiny; any law that differentiates to an individuals fundamental rights is subject  to strict scrutiny.  Triggered by: presence of a “suspect” classification or a fundamental right States Burden: Classification Serves a “Compelling State Interest”
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