Radio Interview: Caplin & Drysdale's Trevor Potter Responds to Supreme Court Order on Anti-Hillary Film

Hillary: The Movie to be Heard Again by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court issued an order that a new set of arguments will be heard Sept. 9 to decide whether the 90-minute film Hillary: The Movie, produced by a conservative political group, should be considered a documentary or a long political advertisement. The court has also asked for arguments concerning whether to overturn two previous Supreme Court decisions upholding restrictions on corporate campaign finance activity in federal elections. NPR’s Legal Affairs Correspondent Nina Totenberg spoke with Trevor Potter, Caplin & Drysdale member and President of the Campaign Legal Center, about the court’s decision to revisit these cases and the potential impact on elections if they were to be overturned. Listen >>


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