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Friday, February 21 • 5:30pm - 6:15pm
Reform Asset Forfeiture!

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This panel will discuss efforts to eliminate civil asset forfeiture, both on the State and National level. Find out what the Institute for Justice and the American Civil Liberties Union agree on! Features representatives of the IJ, Americans for Forfeiture Reform, New Hampshire Liberty Alliance and the sponsor of the New Hampshire legislation, Representative Mark Warden.

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Kevin Bloom

Kevin Bloom is a teacher and lobbyist in Concord, New Hampshire for the Informal University and Rothbard, Stirner, & Dobbs respectively. He campaigns on civil rights legislation, beer, legalizing poker, and Industrial Hemp---among other things. He was instrumental in legalizing home winemaking, and is recognized as the Nanodaddy for his role in creating nanobreweries as a new category of brewery, making New Hampshire the first state to do so... Read More →

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Dan Alban

Institute For Justice
Dan Alban serves as an attorney with the Institute for Justice. He joined the Institute in September 2010 and litigates cutting-edge constitutional cases protecting free speech, property rights, economic liberty and other individual liberties in both federal and state courts. | | Before joining IJ, Dan practiced employment law in the Tysons Corner office of Littler Mendelson P.C., with a focus on employment litigation in both federal courts... Read More →
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Eapen Thampy

Eapen Thampy is the founder and executive director of Americans for Forfeiture Reform. Eapen also founded Show-Me Cannabis, Missouri's marijuana legalization campaign, and is the author of a forthcoming book on industrial hemp in Missouri.
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Mark Warden

Agent Provocateur, Porcupine Real Estate
Mark Warden moved to NH from Las Vegas in 2007. He has been a real estate agent and investor for more than 15 years, and started Porcupine Real Estate in 2009. On the political side, Mark was elected as a state representative in 2010 and 2012, serving on the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Committee. He is also on the local planning board in Goffstown and a former director of New Hampshire Liberty Alliance.

Friday February 21, 2014 5:30pm - 6:15pm

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