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Intermediate Scrutiny


Also known as heightened scrutiny, under constitutional jurisprudence, a level of scrutiny between rational-basis and strict that is applied to determine whether a quasi-suspect classification, such as gender or legitimacy, is substantially related to the accomplishment of an important governmental purpose.

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