CA Bill Seeks to Close DNA Loophole Opened by Prop 47

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California lawmakers are once again trying to expand the collection of DNA evidence in criminal cases, something they say has declined under Proposition 47, hurting cold rape and murder investigations, reports the Los Angeles Times. The landmark ballot measure, which voters passed in 2014, reduced drug possession and some theft crimes to misdemeanors in a move to lower the jail and . . .

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