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WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court heard oral arguments on March 26 in Wood v. Moss, a case brought by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of a multi-generational group of peaceful protesters, who were forcibly moved on orders of the Secret Service to a place where their protests could no longer be seen or heard by President George W. Bush. The protest took place during a visit to Jacksonville, Oregon, in 2004. Demonstrators supporting the president were allowed to remain much closer to him.
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