Supreme Court Justices James Nelson, left, and Brian Morris listen to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, right, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011 in Helena, Mont. The Montana Supreme Court is wading into the battle over Montana’s century-old ban on corporate political spending. Bullock asked the state’s high court in oral arguments to keep the state’s 1912 Corrupt Practices Act in place. (AP Photo/Matt Gouras)

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Supreme Court Justices James Nelson, left, and Brian Morris listen to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, right,  on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011 in Helena, Mont. The Montana Supreme Court is wading into the battle over Montana’s century-old ban on corporate political spending. Bullock asked the state’s high court in oral arguments to keep the state’s 1912 Corrupt Practices Act in place. (AP Photo/Matt Gouras)
Supreme Court Justices James Nelson, left, and Brian Morris listen to Montana Attorney General Steve Bullock, right, on Wednesday, Sept. 21, 2011 in Helena, Mont. The Montana Supreme Court is wading into the battle over Montana’s century-old ban on corporate political spending. Bullock asked the state’s high court in oral arguments to keep the state’s 1912 Corrupt Practices Act in place. (AP Photo/Matt Gouras)
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