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The US Federal Bureau of Investigation plans to place rapid DNA analyzers in booking stations around the country so police can quickly check if individuals under arrest match samples in the agency's national DNA database, CODIS, the Washington Post reports. It notes that 30 states and the federal government allow DNA collection upon arrest.

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