Rational Basis

  Rational basis review is a test used in some contexts to determine a law's constitutionality. To pass rational basis review, the challenged law must be rationally related to a legitimate government interest. Rational basis is the most lenient form of judicial review, as both [wex:strict scrutiny] and [wex:intermediate scrutiny] are considered more stringent. Rational basis review is generally used when in cases where no fundamental rights or suspect classifications are at issue.