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Wis. budget committee approves DNA upon arrest

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Legislature's finance committee Thursday approved a plan in Republican Gov. Scott Walker's executive budget that would dramatically expand the state's powers to seize DNA from crime suspects. Wisconsin currently takes DNA only from convicted felons and sex offenders. Walker's plan would require police to seize DNA from anyone arrested for a felony and a host of...

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