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Doug Gansler Responds to Maryland DNA Ruling

Three years ago, Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler championed a new law to expand the use of DNA by law enforcement agencies. Last month the Maryland Court of Appeals blocked a key provision of the DNA Collection Act -- allowing police to collect samples from suspects before they are charged. He joins us to discuss the short and long-term effects of the ruling.

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