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US v. Carolene Products Co. o 1938-federal law prohibiting filled milk being shipped in interstate commerce o Filled milk act did not exceed power of Congress to regulate interstate commerce or violate 5 th am due process o Justice Stone majority o More deferential standard for reviewing economic and regulatory legislation o Minimal scrutiny/rational basis review to economic regulation in this case o Footnote 4: legislation in certain non-economic spheres may be subject to more stringent standards of judicial review regarding minorities-more exacting standard of
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Unformatted text preview: judicial review in other cases of discrete or insular minorities who lack normal protections of political process, heightened standard of judicial review equal protection jurisprudence o Levels of judicial scrutiny o Rational basis review-lowest level of scrutiny applied by courts deciding const issues through judicial review—legislation regarding economic regulation must be rationally related to legitimate state interest...
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  • Fall '08
  • MortonHorwitz
  • Law, United States v. Carolene Products Co., Filled milk

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