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And of state interest to some extent," said Prince Andrew.
Abbott's office contends that a same-sex marriage ban meets the Equal Protection Clause's prescription that laws "be rationally related to a legitimate state interest.
4) Without the City Council's approval, however, the law could only survive under the New York State Constitution's Home Rule Clause if it served a "substantial" state interest.
Therefore they fail to outdo themselves and put the state interest before the partisan and personal interests.
State interest should be protected at every cost but sometimes, media organizations go beyond limits and cause irreparable loss to the state interest, she observed.
The brief draws on the high court's 2003 decision in a University of Michigan admissions case, which maintained that race-conscious college admissions policies are permissible if they advance "a compelling state interest.
Spending in the bill is split approximately into thirds between projects in the Twin Cities, greater Minnesota and projects germane to the state interest.
Where a state tax statute (a) is closely tailored to advance a specific, legitimate state interest, (b) does not discriminate on its face, and (c) does not directly burden out-of-state interests, it should be sustained.
Louis-based Peabody Energy and the Prairie State Interest Group.
Instead it ruled that even if the whole point of the regulations was to protect funeral homes from competition, that would be OK, since "intrastate economic protectionism constitutes a legitimate state interest.
That is, the college would need to demonstrate that diversification of the student body constituted a specific compelling state interest and its admissions process was narrowly tailored to accomplish this end.
The court noted that the inmates had no misunderstanding about the purpose of the samples or their potential use, and that the law was narrowly drawn and served an important state interest.

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