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Reasonable-relationship test

Definition

Also known as the rational-basis test, a lower level of scrutiny applied in constitutional jurisprudence to determine whether state action rationally relates to a legitimate state objective so as not to unconstitutionally infringe upon the equal protection rights of a specified class of persons.

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