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Flash Point: Spirited debate over possible changes to law enforcement asset forfeiture rules

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OKLAHOMA CITY- Oklahoma Senator Kyle Loveless is proposing changes to the state’s civil forfeiture laws. Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater is against the bill and both squared off on Flash Point.

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