The Supreme Court hears a case Tuesday about rules governing campaign advocacy and finance.
Key decisions of this term show a willingness of some justices to reject political leaders' judgments.
A part of the McCain-Feingold reform law is being contested on behalf of wealthy candidates running for Congress.
The issue – whether campaign-reform laws unconstitutionally restrict ads for political documentaries – now goes to a three-judge panel.
Clinton needs a Dairy State win to prevent him from winning nine primaries in a row.