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Supreme Court Can Prohibit Protesters on Front Plaza

Protesters do not have a right to demonstrate on the marble plaza in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, according to a U.S. appeals court. The federal appeals court in Washington says the Supreme Court, the setting for many cases involving free speech, can keep protesters from congregating on its plaza without violating the demonstrators' constitutional rights. In a unanimous ruling Friday, a three-judge panel said the open-air plaza can remain a protest-free zone because...

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