Lawmakers weigh extending Md. restrictions on police use of DNA databases

ANNAPOLIS — A bill under consideration by lawmakers could put limits on how police use public DNA databases to assist in identifying criminal suspects. Maryland is the only state that already prohibits law enforcement from using familial DNA searches of samples within criminal databases. The District of Columbia has a similar provision. Del. Charles Sydnor, D-Baltimore ...

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