FN29.   Id. at 1305-06.  As the Court explained, “The Solomon Amendment does not focus on the content of a school’s recruiting policy, as the amici would have it.  Instead, it looks to the result achieved by the policy and compares the ‘access ... provided’ military recruiters to that provided other recruiters.  Applying the same policy to all recruiters is therefore insufficient to comply with the statute if it results in a greater level of access for other recruiters than for the military.  Law schools must ensure that their recruiting policy operates in such a way that military recruiters are given access to students at least equal to that “provided to any other employer.”  (emphasis in original).