The Court’s use a specific formula for determining what sorts of discrimination need what sorts of legal remedy. As discussed in the video for this week there are three types of classification for which individuals/cases fall: suspect, quasi-suspect, and non-suspect. The classification determines the standard by which the Court will use in determining whether or not discrimination has taken place and if it is unconstitutional (strict scrutiny, intermediate standard of review, and minimum rationality standard of review). Which groups of individuals or types of discrimination cases fall under each of the 3 classifications? Why does the classification system matter? (hint: think about rulings by the court) What would be a better system? Provide a discussion of an alternative method for the court to use in these types of cases.