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Audio report on the "Fahrenheit 9/11" political ad controversy

Citizens United wants to get commercials for "Fahrenheit 9/11", which show President Bush in a bad light, off the air by July 30. They're arguing that the documentary's TV spots act as political advertisements, which cannot be paid for by corporate money. The FEC has not set a date for its ruling. -- Marketplace for June 24, 2004 (audio report)