“Hillary: The Movie” Previews

Just a short while until the Supreme Court hears argument in the Citizens United case.  The Post takes a look.

Because the movie is partially financed with corporate funds, it fell under restrictions in the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act of 2002 — as the McCain-Feingold law is formally known — on “any broadcast, cable or satellite communications” that refers to a candidate for federal office within a certain time frame before an election. The law’s requirement that ads clearly state the name of the group paying for them made Citizens United’s planned 10-second media ads unworkable, the group said.

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