Now he's recommending the seizure of assets for a crime that is no more a civil forfeiture to begin with in Wisconsin and, if I'm reading his linked article right, the Kevver support seizing the cars of repeat traffic offenders, as well.
The police quoted in the article aren't all that thrilled with the policy since it creates more paperwork for minimal benefit and takes officers off the roads. It just gives some politicians a chance to look "tough" in front of the constituents.
"It's really not going to change anything," said Gwinnett County Police Corporal Illana Spellman."If they don't have a valid license, the vehicle is going to be impounded anyway."
The only ones who like proposals like this are the big-government statists like Fischer who never saw an intrusion into peoples' lives that they couldn't support.