Appeals Court, In Reversal, OK’s Parolee DNA File

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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in San Francisco reversed itself and ruled that the government can draw blood from federal parolees for a DNA databank used to investigate crimes, says the San Francisco Chronicle. Dissenters called the ruling an invitation to repression. The 6-5 ruling upholds a 2000 federal law and
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