Congress Forces DOJ To End $1.2 Billion Forfeiture Sharing With Police

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Citing the federal appropriations bill that passed Congress last week, the Department of Justice suspended an asset forfeiture program providing $1.2 billion to local police departments, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. DOJ hopes to resume sharing payments “at a later date should the budget picture improve.” The money in the program typically comes from the
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