Speaker of the House Highlights WILL’s ESG Lawsuit

WILL Client Recognized at Congressional Press Conference in Washington, D.C.

On March 9, 2023, in Washington, D.C., Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy commended WILL and its client, Fred Luehrs, for standing up to the Biden Administration’s new ESG rule.

Speaker McCarthy said, “I commend the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty for taking a strong stance in defense of liberty and the rule of law by empowering everyday Americans like Fred to stand up for what’s right.”

Fred Luehrs from Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, is a maintenance supervisor at Petron Corporation who just wants to keep politics out of his 401(k). He’s suing the Biden Administration for creating a new rule that governs investments in favor of ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) projects.

“That’s why I have retained counsel with the Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty—to sue the Biden Administration over this new, lawless ESG rule. It’s why I am here today to speak about the great work that is happening right here in Congress.” – WILL Client, Fred Luehrs

Meanwhile, Congress has also taken action to reverse Biden’s rule. Fred was invited to join the Speaker today for a formal ceremony celebrating their resolution condemning the ESG Rule. Fred’s story is exactly why Speaker McCarthy and WILL are challenging Biden’s ESG rule.
While we are excited to receive this national recognition for our work, WILL can’t fight these battles alone. We need generous supporters like you!
The Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty proudly represents and takes on clients at no cost to them—and it’s all because of generous supporters like you. Without you, we could not have sued the Biden Administration the last seven times… we could not have pushed back against his reckless executive action… we could not stand up proudly for freedom, liberty, and the rule of law.
We appreciate you so much, and it’s why we wanted to share Fred’s story and ask you to contribute so that we can help even more Americans just like him.
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