Most of the constitutional rights protect only against so-called “state action”. However, case law has construed the requirement quite broadly, as discussed in this part. The levels of scrutiny refer to the burden placed by the courts on the government to justify intrusions into liberty and equality. The three levels—minimum, intermediate, and strict—are described and illustrated.
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