Mackinac Center Event Featured in Media

Topic of civil asset forfeiture attracts media and various ideologies

The Mackinac Center's May 20 event "Civil Asset Forfeiture: How Government Private Property from Innocent Citizens" attracted a panel and a crowd of various idiologies.

The panel included Lee McGrath, an attorney with the public interest law firm Institute for Justice, Democrat State Representative Jeff Irwin and ACLU of Michigan Attorney Dan Korobkin.

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The audience included attendees that described themselves as progressives, conservatives and libertarians.

The Detroit Free Press published an article about the event as well as Michigan Public Radio.

The complete video replay of the event can be viewed here.

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