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1

What are classifications based on Alienage held to?

Strict Scrutiny

2

Can a state limit welfare to "citizens?"

No. The 14th amendment says person not citizen. So although a state may have a valid reason for the restriction, it must fulfill strict scrutiny.

3

Under Sugarman v. Dougall, can the state limit civil service jobs to citizens?

Not usually. there is an exception for police officers. Police Officer jobs can be limited to citizens.

4

What standard applies when the restriction is created by:
1) President:
2) Congress:
3) Administrative Agency:
4) State or Local Government:

1) Rational Basis
2) Rational Basis
3) Strict Scrutiny
4) Strict Scrutiny

5

What is the standard of review for restrictions on non-marital children?

Intermediate Scrutiny.

6

Has the court upheld or invalidated laws that deny a benefit to all non-martial children?

The court has consistently invalidated these laws.

7

How are cases that give non-marital children a benefit not provided for maritial children evaluated?

They are held to intermediate scrutiny and evaluated on a case by case basis.