Our Constitution establishes the separation of powers to strengthen liberty and serve as a protection against government abuse. These democratic principles are the foundation of our federal republic. Yet these principles are under attack by unelected bureaucrats and rogue government officials who have claimed for themselves more power and control than the people ever gave to them. As these power grabs become more and more frequent and the administrative state grows, it is more important than ever that everyday Americans fight back. On March 29, the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty announced the launch of the Preserving Democracy Project to serve as the vanguard in this fight and ensure that the freedoms we enjoy are protected and passed on to the next generation of Americans.
On Thursday, April 27, 2023 at 11:00 AM WILL Deputy Counsel Lucas Vebber will be hosting a webinar to discuss the cases and efforts that WILL has brought forth to enforce structural limitations on government power and hold bureaucrats to the rule of law at all levels from city halls to Washington, D.C., including Britto v. ATF, Braun v. Walsh, Florek v. Neenah, and more.