Kristina Davis

San Diego Union-Tribune

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Crime and public safety reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune

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Prop 47 may also have an impact on the state’s DNA database. Anyone convicted of a felony has his or her DNA added to California’s DNA Databank.

Discarding DNA?

Prop 47 may also have an impact on the state’s DNA database. Anyone convicted of a felony has his or her DNA added to California’s DNA Databank.

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