Rational basis review has been in trouble for a while. For at least the past 35 years it has been constantly criticised for being 'empty', 'toothless', inconsistent and incoherent. Despite its doubtful pedigree, litigants continue to rely on it and the courts refuse to alter the test to answer their critics. This essay is one more in a long lineage of attempts to figure out what is wrong with rational basis review and propose a way forward.
Wuerger, Gabriele(University of Pretoria, 2011-05-23)
Antibiotic Feed Additives (AFA) have been used to prevent many bacterial infections during weaning of livestock. The use of these AFA’s resulted in the development of multiresistant bacterial strains and was therefore ...
Mpanza, Thamsanqa Doctor Empire; Hassen, Abubeker(Springer, 2015-10)
The inclusion of Stylosanthes scabra cv. Seca
forage in the total mixed ration (TMR) as partial replacement
of lucerne (alfalfa) was evaluated for its effects
on voluntary feed intake, nutrient digestibility and
Reyers, Michelle; D14/4/519/tm(University of Pretoria, 2014)
There is worldwide concern that individuals are not saving sufficiently for retirement. Low savings rates, coupled with a lack of preservation of retirement funds when individuals move jobs, could have adverse repercussions ...