Michigan Catches Up on 10-Year DNA Backlog

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A 10-year backlog of DNA samples from convicted felons has been eliminated by the Michigan State Police, helping investigators solve crimes more easily. A grant worth nearly $3.4 million from the National Institute of Justice helped Michigan reduce its backlog of DNA samples by allowing the state to send 80,640 samples to a private laboratory
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