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How he earned it, according to his new financial disclosure: speeches, sitting on boards of directors and helping to manage private investment firms.
Grassley is pushing to reform federal civil-asset forfeiture laws that allow police to take billions of dollars from people without filing charges or warrants.
Under the new policy, federal authorities will only seize bank accounts when serious illegal transactions have been documented.
Democrats and Republicans agreed that previous efforts to reform civil asset forfeiture practices have fallen short and that abuses are widespread.
From 2005 to 2012, the Internal Revenue Service took almost a quarter-billion dollars in more than 2,500 cases, according to a report.
Search the data behind the story of police seizures of hundreds of billions of dollars from Americans.
The guidance is meant to help curb the number of questionable civil seizures of cash and property from motorists amid a federal civil-rights lawsuit.
The reports behind The Washington Post's Stop and Seize investigative report take questions live.
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