Ill. Seeks $3 Million For DNA Rape Evidence Checks

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Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has vowed to find up to $3 million in a tight budget to clear a three-year backlog of DNA evidence collected from 1,500 rape victims but not been analyzed, says the Chicago Tribune. The money would train and hire scientists at the Illinois State Police Crime Lab, which has nine offices
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