ICYMI: “Trump, Clinton Voters Find Common Ground on Dislike of Asset Forfeiture, Poll Shows”

The Charles Koch Institute’s criminal justice reform polling was covered in the Huffington Post, highlighting how both Trump and Clinton voters find common ground in reforming civil asset forfeiture:

But across the board, majorities of voters dislike the practice of civil asset forfeiture, which allows law enforcement to confiscate private property even if the owner has not been charged with a crime.

Read more of the Huffington Post‘s analysis of our polling here.

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