Letters: Expanding DNA Testing, American Indian Museum NPR's Joe Palca reads e-mails from listeners. Readers weigh in on proposed legislation that would expand the availability of DNA testing for convicted criminals. And Gerald McMaster, chief curator of the newly opened National Museum of the American Indian, answers a few more questions.
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Letters: Expanding DNA Testing, American Indian Museum

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NPR's Joe Palca reads e-mails from listeners. Readers weigh in on proposed legislation that would expand the availability of DNA testing for convicted criminals. And Gerald McMaster, chief curator of the newly opened National Museum of the American Indian, answers a few more questions.

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Gerald McMaster, chief curator at the National Museum of the American Indian