Supreme Court Decision Won't Stop Stolen Valor Supporters

A Supreme Court decision today struck down legislation that makes it a crime to lie about winning military honors, but supporters of the law said they'll keep fighting to stop military fraudsters. In a 6-3 judgment, the Supreme Court justices said that the Stolen Valor Act of 2006, which made it illegal to wear or claim to have won military ribbons or medals that were not earned, violated the First Amendment's free speech clause -- in essence, the right to lie. The decision was a victory for...Full Story
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