The Washington Times - January 14, 2008, 04:08PM
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“Hillary: The Movie” multiplex in Georgetown they’re not even allowed to advertise
A legal battle over advertisements for a new documentary about Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton illustrates the folly of current campaign-finance laws, says the attorney for the producers of the film, which premieres tonight in Washington.\ \ \ “Hillary: The Movie” is “a political documentary like Michael Moore or Al Gore has made,” said James Bopp, who went to federal court last week to represent the movie’s producers. Yet the conservative group Citizens United, which produced the Clinton film, must “go to court to get permission to advertise the film… because of McCain-Feingold,” he said.\ \ Known by the names of its chief Senate sponsors, Sen. John McCain, Arizona Republican, and Sen. Russ Feingold, Wisconsin Democrat, the 2002 law that regulates campaign advertising could require the film’s producers to disclose the names of their donors and to insert a disclaimer in ads for the movie. (MORE …)
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