What would the plaintiffs have to allege and demonstrate to claim that the court should hear their 14th Amendment claim?

Answer each assignment with one pageAssignment 4: CHAPTER FOUR: Equal Protection.Recently, a number of states have enacted new laws which will affect early election voting, mail-in voting, limiting the number of drop boxes to deposit ballots, etc. Plaintiffs have filed a number of lawsuits, claiming in part, that such laws violated the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment. For this exercise, you are the judge hearing this case.
What would the plaintiffs have to allege and demonstrate to claim that the court should hear their 14th Amendment claim?Explain what legal arguments or constitutional tests the plaintiffs will have to present to the court in support of their claim these new laws violate the 14th Amendment (Cite cases and language from the cases to support your position)Explain what legal arguments or constitutional tests the State will present to the court. (Cite cases and language from the cases to support your position)What is the standard of review you as the court will have to use to determine if the new laws violate the 14th Amendment Equal Protection clause?
ASSIGNMENT 3What was the significance of Marbury v Madison? Explain the significance in detail.