Movie Critic

Friday, September 04, 2009


The Supreme Court will hear arguments this week about a controversial 2008 film, "Hillary: The Movie," whose broadcast was stopped when federal election officials determined it was paid political speech. But New York Times legal correspondent Adam Liptak says the case is about more then a movie, the court is actually looking to make a much broader decision about whether the precedent for campaign finance regulation needs to be rethought entirely.

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Comments [1]

S K Wei

More *than* a movie, not then.

Sep. 11 2009 08:44 AM

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