John Kramer

Montana School Choice Case Appealed to U.S. Supreme Court

Montana Supreme Court ruled state may discriminate against parents who select religious schools for their children JOHN KRAMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Virginia—In a case appealed yesterday...

U.S. Supreme Court Rules Unanimously That States Cannot Impose Excessive Fines

Ruling Requires Cities and States—Not Just the Federal Government— To Abide by the Eighth Amendment’s Excessive Fines Clause JOHN KRAMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE In an historic...

Piano Man Wins Round Two in Atlantic City Eminent Domain Fight

New Jersey Appellate Court rejects state agency's land speculation and effort to condemn Atlantic City piano tuner's longtime family home JOHN KRAMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE ARLINGTON,...

U.S. Supreme Court to Decide on Discriminatory State Laws Against Newcomers

JOHN E. KRAMER, INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE Arlington, Va.—Doug and Mary Ketchum moved to Memphis in 2016 with the dream of buying a business that would...