The U.S. Supreme Court is gearing up to hear oral argument in a Wisconsin regulatory taking case, Murr v. Wisconsin, on Monday, March 20. Murr involves a family cabin on the shores of the St. Croix River in northwestern Wisconsin.
We previously discussed this case last year. SCOTUSblog has an excellent issue summary and argument preview here.
Unfortunately, the only way to listen to the argument live is to get a spot in the courtroom. You can get transcripts on the same day as argument. Audio is posted at the end of the week, after Conference. SCOTUSblog usually posts a summary shortly after oral arguments.
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