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August 16, 2016 (Fault Lines) – Recently, Greg Prickett and I debated whether Blue Lives Matter bills were a good idea.
The essence of the discussion revolved around whether law enforcement officers needed or deserved additional protections.
The idea of including law enforcement officers is loosely based on the notion of equal protection.
This means if you have an identifiable class of people suffering harm because of their membership in that class, then the government should typically work to protect them and ameliorate the harm.
In Greg’s rebuttal he rejected the idea that law enforcement officers should be considered a class of people identifiable under the principals of equal protection.
Typically we think of innate characteristics such as race, gender, and national origin as defining a class.
Professions are not usually seen as suspect classifications, though you could perhaps stretch religion as a class to protect clergy as a class.
But there is a consideration to be made at the other end.