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Case summary[ edit ] In the case, No. The Movie in broadcasts or paying to have it shown on television within 30 days of the Democratic primaries.
Michigan Chamber of Commerce and partially overruled McConnell v. Federal Election Commission The case did not involve the federal ban on direct contributions from corporations or unions to candidate campaigns or political parties, which remain illegal in races for federal office.
The FEC dismissed the complaint after finding no evidence that broadcast advertisements featuring a candidate within the proscribed time limits had actually been made.
In dismissing that complaint, the FEC found that: The Commission found no reason to believe the respondents violated the Act because the film, associated trailers and website represented bona fide commercial activity, not "contributions" or "expenditures" as defined by the Federal Election Campaign Act.
The FEC, however, held that showing the movie and advertisements for it would violate the Federal Election Campaign Act, because Citizens United was not a bona fide commercial film maker. By earlyit sought to run television commercials to promote its political documentary Hillary: The Movie and to air the movie on DirecTV.
District Court for the District of Columbia challenging the constitutionality of several statutory provisions governing "electioneering communications". The Movie, and to enjoin the Federal Election Commission from enforcing its regulations.
Citizens United also argued that the Commission's disclosure and disclaimer requirements were unconstitutional as applied to the movie pursuant to the Supreme Court decision in Federal Election Commission v.
Wisconsin Right to Life, Inc. In accordance with special rules in section of the BCRAa three-judge court was convened to hear the case. FEC had found the disclosure requirements constitutional as to all electioneering communications, and Wisconsin RTL did not disturb this holding because the only issue of that case was whether speech that did not constitute the functional equivalent of express advocacy could be banned during the relevant pre-election period.
Stewart representing the FEC argued that under Austin v. Michigan Chamber of Commercethe government would have the power to ban books if those books contained even one sentence expressly advocating the election or defeat of a candidate and were published or distributed by a corporation or labor union.
At the subsequent conference among the justices after oral argument, the vote was 5—4 in favor of Citizens United being allowed to show the film. The justices voted the same as they had in Federal Election Commission v. A draft concurring opinion by Justice Kennedy argued that the court could and should have gone much further.Daniel L.
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