Protest Problems

NPR's Andy Bowers reports a judge in Los Angeles has ruled the city's plan to keep convention protesters away from the Staples Center violates the first amendment because it would force those protesting to go more than two football fields away from the site. City planners are now trying to come up with a new plan that satisfies both the convention and protesters.

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