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Narrow tailoring (also known as narrow framing) is the legal principle that a law be written to specifically fulfill only its intended goals.
- "Even in the limited circumstance when drawing racial distinctions is permissible to further a compelling state interest, government is still constrained under equal protection clause in how it may pursue that end: the means chosen to accomplish the government's asserted purpose must be specifically and narrowly framed to accomplish that purpose."
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