We must reform civil asset forfeiture. Innocent Oklahomans and others have been subjected to the unconstitutional seizure of property known as Civil Asset Forfeiture. Last April this practice was used to take $53,000 from a Christian rock band, an orphanage, and a church! You will hear from Institute for Justice with Eh Wah, the Christian musician.
It's a new day and we can change this bad practice. Last November politicians were put on notice. That's why we need to start fighting today.
Politicians are feeling the heat, and we can get major civil asset forfeiture reform passed for Oklahoma! And that's why we're hitting the road and coming to your state on Tuesday, February 14th with State Senators Kyle Loveless and Nathan Dahm.
Tulsa 9.12 has been working with FreedomWorks to bring awareness of Civil Asset Forfeiture aka unconstitutional seizure of property to Oklahoma. Many organizations have joined together to fight this abuse. Please join us if you can on Tuesday as we work together to educate our legislators and practice our lobbying skills.
Christine Delgado of Freedomworks will be a part of the Oklahoma event. She's a legal analyst of Freedomworks. Last Summer, this journalist met with Delgado and several orther Freedomworks leaders at a conference, in Chicago. The organization leverages their collective skills and backgrounds to impact Congress and state governments. For more information on Freedomworks, see their website.
For more information on Tulsa912 Project, see their website.
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David Van Risseghem is the Director of Sooner Politics.org. The resource is committed to informing & mobilizing conservative Oklahomans for civic reform. This endeavor seeks to utilize the efforts of all cooperative facets of the Conservative movement...