Property seizure bill on Gov. Ducey’s desk

By Howard Fischer | Capitol Media Services via The Daily Courier

Gov. Doug Ducey is going to get the last word on whether Arizona tightens up the ability of police and prosecutors to seize property.

With only a single dissenting vote, the House on Monday gave final approval to HB2477, which makes a series of changes in the statutes about how property can be taken and what options are available for those who want to fight the government. The Senate had previously voted unanimously for the measure.

But as Rep. Becky Nutt, R-Clifton, summarized in her opposition, this isn’t a one-sided battle. She cited a litany of prosecutors and sheriffs who don’t like everything crafted by Rep. Eddie Farnsworth, R-Gilbert.

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