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    The Supreme Court is limiting when someone can sue for a violation of their rights by a federal official. The justices sided with the government in a case involving the owner of a notorious inn in Blaine, Washington on the U.S.-Canada border. It’s the latest in a line of cases narrowing the public’s ability to sue federal officials for rights violations.