From: Allan Hales
To: ;,
Subject: Fw: Utah legislature gutted property rights in 2013
Date: Tue Dec 17 23:18:10 MST 2013
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This is the kind of law making that shows the true colors of legislators. On no conditions should property be seized  without due process of law and in no case should the proceeds go to the arresting agency. It should all go back into the general fund. We don't need police and other agencies looking for ways to generate income!!!
 
What are you going to do about this hellish piece of legislation???
 
Thanks
Allan Hales
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Libertas Institute
To: rebel@adezignteam.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 17, 2013 12:03 PM
Subject: Utah legislature gutted property rights in 2013

Did you know? The legislature overturned the will of the people, and nobody knew…

A newly released report from Libertas Institute sheds light on something that's pretty alarming: the Utah legislature gutted key protections for property rights this past year. What's worse is that nobody seemed to know it happened.

The government claims the authority to seize people's property without even convicting them of a crime using what's called "asset forfeiture." Utah law had restrained this authority pretty well, but the secretive changes made this year undermined these safeguards, giving the government even more power to take your property.

Read the report here.

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