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He said the Supreme Court will likely find that the lower court had prematurely thrown out the case, then send the matter back to address the free speech questions in light of the high court's 2012 ruling in United States v. Alvarez.
"The Susan B. Anthony case hints at how tough it is going to be going forward to get the current Supreme Court to accept 'truth commissions' reviewing the truth or falsity of campaign speech as constitutional," Hasen said.