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D.C. opens $210m crime lab after years of delays

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Nearly six years after the District announced the construction of a forensic lab that would help the city become less dependent on federal law enforcement, D.C. on Monday opened a $210 million complex that officials vow will transform crime-fighting in the notoriously crime-ridden municipality. "It represents the confluence of science, technology and good police work," said Paul Quander, deputy...

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