Washington State DNA Test Backlog Gets Federal Aid

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The Washington State Patrol’s overburdened DNA-testing program got a $1.4 million federal grant to help the state chip away at an increasing backlog of cases, says the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Director Sarah Hart of the National Institute of Justice came to Seattle to announce the grant, one of many being given to state crime labs across
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