DNA, Illegal Immigration and Violence against Women

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An act of Congress is going to make DNA sampling as common as fingerprinting for anybody arrested by federal agents. Illegal immigrants were the original targets, but even US citizens not charged with crimes might have to give up their genetic codes.  We hear about an almost unnoticed amendment to the Violence against Women Act.  Also, a new security operation begins in Baghdad, and on Reporter's Notebook, there's new momentum on healthcare reform.