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The Supreme Court struck down part of the 2002 McCain-Feingold campaign finance law. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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NPR's Nina Totenberg On The Ruling's Implications

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Supreme Court Weighs NFL Merchandising Deal

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Court Weighs Indefinite Detention Of Sex Offenders

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Civil commitment is traditionally dealt with by the states, and more than 20 states do have laws that allow for indefinite civil commitment of sex offenders after they serve their time. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Federal Prisoners Kept Beyond Their Sentences

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Solicitor General Holds Views Close To Her Chest

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High Court Weighs Florida Beach Case

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