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FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION, et al., PETITIONERS v. AT&T INC. et al.

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                   No. 09-1279    w'v.n       ,    r


                     IN THE
     S§upreme Court of toe i 1niteb 'tateC


     FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION AND
            UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

                                      Petitioners,

                       V.

             AT&T, INC. AND COMPTEL,

                                     Respondents.


ON WRIT OF CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT OF
          APPEALS FOR THE THIRD CIRCUIT


 BRIEF AMICI CURIAE OF THE REPORTERS COMMITTEE
    FOR FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND TWENTY TWO
 MEDIA ORGANIZATIONS IN SUPPORT OF PETITIONERS


                       Lucy A. Dalglish
                         Counsel of Record
                       Mark R. Caramanica
                       The Reporters Committee for
                         Freedom of the Press
                       1101 Wilson Blvd., Suite 1100
                       Arlington, Va. 22209
                       (703) 807-2100
                       ldalglish@rcfp.org
                       mcaramanica@rcfp.org

   (Additional counsel for amici listed in Appendix B.)

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