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Law restricting protests during Supreme Court proceedings is upheld
Mar 3, 2017 - Washington Post Blogs

The words "harangue" and "oratory" may not roll off the tongue the way they used to, a federal appeals court acknowledged Friday. But their meanings are clear enough to let anyone know that they cannot interrupt the proceedings of the Supreme Court by making speeches.

A panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit said that a lower court was wrong to find the words so vague as to cast doubt on a law that outlaws protests at the Supreme Court.

At issue is a

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