If a person is minding their own business in public, within reason, do they have a right to not be made to feel uncomfortable by another's actions?

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If a person is minding their own business in public, within reason, do they have a right to not be made to feel uncomfortable by another's actions? If so, is a person's right to expression outweighed by this right? Either way, what factors should law enforcement consider when deciding who's rights are being violated and who is just exercising their rights?

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