Outside the Supreme Court, a History of Protests — and Press
The ACLU files an amicus brief in a First Amendment dispute in the D.C. Circuit.
The media stakeout on the U.S. Supreme Court plaza is garnering attention itself, in connection with litigation over the constitutionality of a federal law that bans protests on the same marble plaza where the press conferences take place.
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