User Clip: Floyd Abrams on Citizens United in the Supreme Court
February 8, 2019 2009-09-09T12:18:20-04:00https://images.c-span.org/Files/81a/20090909122336003.jpgThe Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission in March 2009. Floyd Abrams, a lawyer for Mitch McConnell, spoke with the justices for roughly ten minutes.
The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Citizens United v. Federal Election Commission in March 2009. Floyd Abrams, a lawyer for Mitch McConnell, spoke with the justices for roughly ten minutes.
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