Civil Forfeiture and the Effort to End this Practice PDF Print E-mail

 

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Tuesday, November 17
6:15 p.m.  Dinner & Social              6:45 p.m.  Program

 

Church of the Epiphany, 4900 Nathan Lane N, Plymouth

(1 block west of Highway on the South Side of Schmidt Lake Road)


Please RSVP to Kelly Guncheon
 

 

 

Think the 4th Amendment protects you from unreasonable search and seizure? Think again. Learn about civil forfeiture and the effort to end this practice. Don't know what civil forfeiture is - enjoy this entertaining and informative piece:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kEpZWGgJks

 

 

meagan-forbesWant to know more?  Please join us for next Tuesday’s (November 17) Westside Progressives meeting, which will feature Meagan Forbes, an attorney with the Institute for Justice Minnesota office who litigates cutting-edge constitutional cases protecting economic liberty, free speech, property rights, school choice and other civil liberties in federal and state courts.

 

 

Westside Progressives is a non-partisan educational forum that encourages civil and thoughtful discussion about social, economic, and environmental issues affecting Minnesotans.

 

Lasagna Buffet Dinner:  $10.

Please RSVP to Kelly Guncheon to order a meal at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - Hope to see you then!

 

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