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             Nos. 18-587 and 18-589

                     IN THE
     bupreme   Qourt  of the Uniteb btates

DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY, ETAL., Petitioners,
                       v.
   REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, ETAL.
   KIRSTJEN M. NIELSEN, SECRETARY OF HOMELAND
            SECURITY, ETAL., Petitioners,
                       V.
       MARTIN JONATHAN BATALLA VIDAL, ET AL.

   On Petitions for Writs of Certiorari to the U.S.
 Courts of Appeals for the Ninth and Second Circuits

 Brief Amicus Curiae of Citizens United, Citizens
United Foundation, English First Foundation, Public
Advocate of the U.S., The Senior Citizens League, 60
   Plus Foundation, Gun Owners of America, Gun
   Owners Foundation, Conservative Legal Defense
   and Education Fund, Patriotic Veterans, Policy
   Analysis Center, and Restoring Liberty Action
        Committee in Support of Petitioners


JOSEPH W. MILLER
  RESTORING LIBERTY
  ACTION COMMITTEE
  Fairbanks, AK 99708
Attorney for Amicus Curiae
  RLAC



December 6, 2018


WILLIAM J. OLSON*
HERBERT W. TITUS
JEREMIAH L. MORGAN
ROBERT J. OLSON
WILLIAM J. OLSON, P.C.
370 Maple Ave. W., Ste. 4
Vienna, VA 22180
(703) 356-5070
wjo@mindspring.com
Attorneys for Amici Curiae
*Counsel of Record

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