Janice Rogers Brown


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It is true, as their dictionary definitions show, that 'harangue' and 'oration' can cover different facets of public speeches – 'orations' can include formal speeches, while 'harangues' can include angry or vehement speeches. But we are interpreting a statute, not restating a dictionary. By employing two words that cover public speeches of myriad forms within a statute focused on the Supreme Court's building and grounds, Congress's use of 'harangue' and 'oration' indicates these terms are meant to cover any form of public speeches that tend to disrupt the Supreme Court's operations.feedback
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Mar 03 2017
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