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Supreme Court Considers Paula Jones Sexual Harassment Case

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Today, the Supreme Court considers the case of Paula Corbin Jones versus President William Jefferson Clinton. Paula Jones, a former secretary in the Arkansas Statehouse, filed a lawsuit three years ago alleging that then Governor Clinton sexually harassed her in a Little Rock hotel room in 1991. But the case before the Supreme Court today is not about President Clinton’s alleged harassment. Rather, it focuses on whether a sitting president can face civil lawsuits.

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