Protesters disrupted a U.S. Supreme Court session last week, rising one after another to shout criticism of the court’s Citizens United campaign finance decision on the occasion of its fifth anniversary.

“I rise on behalf of democracy,” one demonstrator shouted on the morning of Jan. 21. “Money is not speech,” said another. Soon after the event, the group 99Rise took credit, urging its followers online to “stand with the Supreme Court 7.”

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