Pursuant to the Court’s minute order dated February 21, 2013, the parties have met and conferred, and they submited this joint status report briefly setting forth their joint and respective positions on whether the Supreme Court’s decision to note probable jurisdiction in McCutcheon v. FEC (No. 12-536) should affect further proceedings in this case.
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