On May 18th, Attorney General Steve Bullock submitted a brief to the United States Supreme Court in an effort to keep a Montana law from 1912 in working order. The law, called The Corrupt Practices Act, placed limitations on corporate spending in campaigns and has come into direct conflict the Supreme Court's Citizen's United decision. Last December, a 5-2 vote by the Montana Supreme court upheld The Corrupt Practices Act, but a group known as  American Tradition Partnership has successfully challenged that ruling at a U.S. District court. KGVO news spoke with Attorney General Steve Bullock about the brief he submitted and why he thinks the Supreme Court should consider his petition. The entire interview, as well as a few questions about the recent Montana Healthy Kids ruling can be heard below.