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House Judiciary Testimony on Forfeiture Reform - Michael Komorn

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Michael Komorn and several patients and their caregivers who have been subject to abusive forfeiture proceedings are offering testimony regarding House Bill 4158, requiring a criminal conviction before forfeiture, at noon today in Lansing.


Watch the live stream here:



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Did I hear that this item passed and no bond is required to get your seized property back anymore? 

...I don't imagine anyone plans to give back any assets taken under the old rules? 

We should start a class action suit. <lol>



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