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When is it Okay for the Law to Treat People Differently?

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Dr. Christine Barbour explains how the United States Supreme Court determines when it is okay for the law to treat people differently. She describes the different standards of legal review applied to racial, gender, and other differences. She also mentions that sometimes it is a good thing for groups to be treated differently under the law.

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