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Supreme Court gives Secret Service qualified immunity from lawsuits when protecting president

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The Supreme Court, in a unanimous opinion Tuesday, ruled that Secret Service agents are entitled to qualified immunity when protecting the president. A group of protesters had sued over an Oct. 14, 2004, incident where Secret Service agents had ordered police to move them two blocks away when then-President George W. Bush made an impromptu stop at a restaurant while campaigning for reelection...

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