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The Volokh Conspiracy

8 Februar, 2010 (19:31) | News | By: pooq

„Federal Government Argues that Ban on False Claims of Having Gotten a Military Medal Is “Content-Neutral”

I read this several times now, but I have not got it still. Who or what is content-neutral? As some Republicans might consider the government is. But that would not fit grammatically. The same problem it is with the Military Medals who I assume at least contain no metal of any value as content but are just coated.

My grammar was always poor but my knowledge recommends that the ban is the part which is content-neutral. As it is about a ban on false claims these false claims will be forbidden in future. So there ought to be no more of them. No more claims, no words to demand them, no content, right? Sometimes I’m puzzled.