State v. EXPUNGED RECORD NO. 249,044, 881 So. 2d 104 - La: Supreme Court 2004
"In Sibley v. Bd. Of Sup'rs of Louisiana State U., 477 So.2d 1094, (La.1985) this court joined a growing number of state 110*110 courts  and criticized the three-tier level of equal protection analysis employed by the federal courts. In a thorough analysis and critique of the three-tier federal system, this court concluded that "(t)he federal three level system is in disarray and has failed to provide a theoretically sound framework for constitutional adjudication." Id. at 1107. Instead, Louisiana instituted a workable alternative whereby "(t)he constitutionality of governmental action would not depend upon the level of scrutiny applied in a particular case," but "would naturally focus upon governmental and individual interests, resulting in a more precise and reliable evaluation of constitutional questions." Id."
Ladies and gentlemen, I submit the La. Supreme Court will use the new amendment from SB303 to create it's own definition of "strict scrutiny".