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Today at the Court

At 10 a.m., the Court may release the opinion in one or more pending cases. Following the announcement of any rulings, the Court will hear argument in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission (08-205), on the constitutionality of federal controls on “electioneering communications” and specifically the regulation of the film, “Hillary: The Movie.” Theodore Olson of Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP in Washington D.C. will argue for Citizens United, a Virginia-based conservative advocacy group. Deputy Solicitor General Malcolm Stewart will argue for the Federal Election Commission.