Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission – Post-Re-Argument SCOTUScast

SCOTUScast 09-10-09 featuring James Bopp, Jr.

September 10, 2009

James Bopp Jr.

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 Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission -
Post-Re-Argument SCOTUScast - MP3

Running Time: 00:11:31

On September 9th, 2009, the Supreme Court heard re-argument in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission. The case concerns whether federal campaign finance laws apply to a film about then-Senator Hillary Clinton that was intended to be shown on-demand to cable subscribers and in theaters. After hearing argument last term, the Court ordered a re-argument to focus on the constitutionality of restricting the independent spending of corporations during campaigns for the Presidency and Congress.

To discuss the case and the re-argument, we have the General Counsel of the James Madison Center for Free Speech, James Bopp, Jr.

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Related Links

Transcript of Oral Argument - March 24, 2009 (PDF)
Transcript of Oral Re-Argument - September 9, 2009 (PDF)
Oyez Project Audio Recording of Oral Re-Argument
C-Span Audio Recording of Oral Re-Arugment