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ALBANY — New York is poised to establish one of the most expansive DNA databases in the nation, requiring people convicted of everything from fare beating to first-degree murder to provide samples of their DNA to the state.
On Tuesday, Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and state lawmakers were putting the finishing touches on a deal to establish a so-called all-crimes DNA database, a move that is supported by all of the state’s 62 district attorneys and 58 sheriffs, as well as 400 police chiefs. New York al
Originally posted by KennyDurazo
wall street went up in flames one year after my brain was stolen. theyre trying to keep my brainedit on 14-3-2012 by KennyDurazo because: (no reason given)