Carlina Tapia-Ruano

president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association

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Most states collect DNA samples only from people convicted of crimes, and that's been true of the federal government as well.  While the original targets were undocumented workers…

Measures to Protect Women Could Expand FBI's DNA Database

Most states collect DNA samples only from people convicted of crimes, and that's been true of the federal government as well.  While the original targets were undocumented workers…

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