WASHINGTON — Attorneys for Nike and the Bush administration urged the Supreme Court on Wednesday to nix a California truth-in-advertising law they say could stifle corporations from defending themselves against critics.

At issue is whether commercial speech — in this case, Nike press releases, letters to the editor and advertorials issued in defense of anti-sweatshop activists —is protected by the First Amendment’s free-speech guarantees.

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