gag law definition

  • noun:
    • A law meant to limit freedom of the hit, as by instituting censorship or limiting usage of information.
    • See gag guideline.
    • a rule for restricting or ending debate in a deliberative human body
    • any law that restricts freedom regarding the hit
    • A law designed to restrict freedom for the hit, as by instituting censorship or limiting use of information.
    • See gag rule.
    • a rule for restricting or closing debate in a deliberative body
    • any law that restricts freedom associated with the hit
    • A law meant to restrict freedom associated with the press, as by instituting censorship or restricting use of information.
    • See gag rule.
    • a rule for limiting or closing debate in a deliberative human body
    • any legislation that restricts freedom of press
    • a law meant to limit freedom of hit, as by instituting censorship or limiting use of information.
    • See gag rule.
    • a rule for restricting or closing discussion in a deliberative human anatomy
    • any legislation that restricts freedom of this hit
  • others:
    • A law or ruling prohibiting appropriate or free discussion, as in closing.
    • A law or governing prohibiting proper or no-cost debate, as with closure.
    • A law or ruling prohibiting proper or no-cost discussion, as in closure.
    • A law or ruling prohibiting proper or no-cost debate, such as closure.

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