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Should billionaires be able to pay for law enforcement on their priorities?


Watts up with thatThe Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) today released a report, “Law Enforcement for Rent,” detailing how activist donors are paying to place prosecutors in state attorney general offices to pursue an expressly partisan agenda.

According to the author, CEI Senior Fellow Chris Horner, private interests underwriting the law enforcement power of the state raises ethical, constitutional, and other legal questions.

The power of the state is not intended to be sold. It is reserved to the state for precisely that reason.

This entry was published Tue Sep 11 16:15:49 CDT 2018 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2018-09-11 16:15:49.0. [Tweet]

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