The Central Intelligence Agency’s refusal to allow Valerie Plame Wilson to disclose her possible pre-2002 status as a covert agent does not violate the First Amendment, a federal appeals court ruled Thursday.

Wilson’s resignation from the CIA became effective in January 2006, three years after columnist Robert Novak reported her status as a “agency operative on weapons of mass destruction.”

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