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Con Law I 2011

Con Law I

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Slaughter-House cases Held that the fund’al rights protected in the 1st 10 amends are not “priv and immunities of national citizenship” w/in the meaning of the 14th Amend.
Slaughter-House cases - cont. And neither the Equal Protection, Due Process, nor Priv and Imm Clauses may be used to interfere with st control of the priv and imm of st citizenship.
Saenz v. Roe Held that CA statute limiting the welfare benefits of first year residents was unconstitutional under the 14th Amend Priv and Immunities clause b/c this law violated the fundamental right to travel (heightened scrutiny).
Priv OR Immunities clause 14th, Sect 1, state shall not abridge the priv OR immunities of US citizens.
Strict Scrutiny when a law affects a fundamental right, legislature must have had a compelling interest and the measures must be the least restrictive means possible to accomplish its goal.
Enabling clause 14th, sect 5, The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.
14th Amend No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the priv or immunities of citizens of the US; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jdx the equal prot
Created by: Bptree