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Calif. Could Mandate DNA Samples from Felons

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Calif. Could Mandate DNA Samples from Felons

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Calif. Could Mandate DNA Samples from Felons

Calif. Could Mandate DNA Samples from Felons

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When California voters go to the polls on Nov. 2, they'll consider a proposition that would require every convicted felon to provide a DNA sample. If passed, Proposition 69 would eventually require everyone arrested on felony charges to provide a sample. Kathy McAnally reports.

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