Government cannot hand over their powers to private entities

The Constitution assigns legislative, executive, and judicial power to the three accountable branches of the federal government. And the government may not transfer that power to a private nonprofit to make rules, impose penalties, and judge people through in-house tribunals instead of actual courts of law.

To Our Donors

The Constitution guarantees everyone the right to a fair trial in a court of law, before a neutral judge and, in many cases, a jury of one’s peers. Your support for PLF empowers citizens like Frank Black to fight back against biased, illegal agency prosecutions. Thank you!


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