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Arizona Wants To Be Able To Seize The Assets Of Protesters
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: abuse, americans, constitution, crime, dishonesty, ethics, freedoms, Govtfearmongering, media, politics, Arizona, protesters, tyranny, dictatorship )

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If Republicans in ArizonaâEUR(TM)s senate have their way, police in that state could soon have the power to seize assets and property from protesters, the Arizona Capitol Times reports. From a February 22 article: Claiming people are being paid to riot...

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