Proposition 69

    Proposition 69’s backers argue that collecting and storing the DNA of all adults arrested for a felony — including some who will never be charged with a crime — will better protect the innocent by making it easier to solve crimes. On the contrary, the overly broad initiative would invade the privacy of countless innocents, overturn the very notion of “innocent until proven guilty” and cost the state up to $20 million dollars by 2010 to boot. Vote “no” on Proposition 69.

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