WILL Fights Against Federal Government’s Illegal Discrimination Toward Small Businesses

The American Dream belongs to everyone, but through a discriminatory federal program, the Biden Administration is picking winners and losers based on race, not merit.  


WILL is fighting back and suing the so-called “Disadvantaged Business Enterprise program,” on behalf of our clients who deserve equal treatment under the law. Because the DBE program violates the Constitution’s promise of equal treatment, it must be permanently dismantled or opened to everyone. 

Watch their story: https://youtu.be/JGcFb8DOfqw 


This is WILL’s 11th lawsuit against the Biden Administration and part of WILL’s nationwide Equality Under the Law Project. Since 2021, the EUL project has represented over 50 clients in 18 states, obtained multiple injunctions against the Biden Administration, and achieved strategic victories at all levels of government promoting a colorblind society. 


MAMCO is a milling company headquartered in Jeffersonville, Indiana, and part of Hughes Group, Inc., which is a premier heavy highway and bridge preservation company. Founded over 80 years ago, four generations of the Hughes family have guided and expanded the company into a market that stretches over 30 states in any given year. 


Bagshaw Trucking Inc. is a hauling company headquartered in Memphis, Indiana. Founded in 1982 with two dump trucks and two employees, Bagshaw now boasts one of the largest truck fleets in northern Kentucky and southern Indiana. Bagshaw works on all types of projects, including major interstate construction and restoration, airport projects, bridge repairs, industrial parks, and subdivision developments. 


Find out more about WILL’s work at https://will-law.org/equality/ 

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