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DNA Sampling of Federal Detainees to Be Allowed

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DNA Sampling of Federal Detainees to Be Allowed

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DNA Sampling of Federal Detainees to Be Allowed

DNA Sampling of Federal Detainees to Be Allowed

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The Justice Department is completing rules that will allow federal authorities to collect DNA samples from most people arrested or detained. The law is likely to affect hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants. Leslye Orloff of the Immigrant Women Program at Legal Momentum talks with Madeleine Brand.

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