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May 19, 2015
The Philadelphia Tribune
D.A.: Civil forfeiture protocols necessary
District Attorney Seth Williams said Monday that his office continues to strengthen civil forfeiture protocols...   More

May 19, 2015
Detroit Free Press
State lawmakers consider changes in forfeiture laws
Michigan lawmakers are considering new legislation to reform the state's civil asset forfeiture laws, but...   More

May 19, 2015
Op-Ed: Ban ‘Dark Money’ in Politics? Might as Well Burn the First Amendment
The government is not allowed to ban peaceful political advocacy or violate your privacy rights...   More

May 18, 2015
Florida (Finally) Legalizes 64-Ounce Growlers
Florida just eliminated one of the most bizarre alcohol regulations in the nation...   More

May 18, 2015
After the IRS Took $107K From This Business Owner's Bank Account, He Fought Back — And Won
On a summer day last July, North Carolina convenience store owner Lyndon McLellan received...   More

May 18, 2015
Richland’s $4.1 million police station funded by civil forfeiture
The Mississippi city of Richland has a new $4.1 million police station...   More

May 15, 2015
The Independent
IRS returns North Carolina man’s life savings after seizing it without charging him with a crime
The Internal Revenue Service – the much-maligned US tax collection agency – fell to new lows...   More

May 15, 2015
Washington Post
How the IRS seized a North Carolina businessman’s life savings without ever charging him with a crime
The United States of America, Plaintiff, v. $107,702.66 in United States Currency, Defendant...   More

May 15, 2015
FOX News
Feds to return $107G they seized from NC business owner, attorneys say
Lyndon McLellan fought the law -- and apparently, he won...   More

May 14, 2015
New York Post
Uncle Sam’s attack on Times Square means trouble across US
Few experiences rival spending New Year’s Eve in Times Square...   More