While we do not yet have a date set for the oral argument before the Supreme Court in Murr v. State of Wisconsin, we now have, hot of the presses, an article by former PLF attorney (and current judicial clerk) Chris Kieser on what to expect from the Supreme Court when it does hear the case. This is the case, of course, where the Murrs are not allowed to develop or sell a lakefront lot. Normally, the lot would be developable or could be sold if it had been owned by anyone other than the Murrs. Why? Because they own a neighboring lot. In other words, the more one owns the more the government can steal. For more, read Chris’s article in the Federalist Society Review here.