Feb 192019
 February 19, 2019  Posted by  Govt, Laws, Surveillance, U.S., Workplace

Bree Burkitt reports:

Arizona could soon be one of the first states to maintain a massive statewide DNA database.

And if the proposed legislation passes, many people — from parent school volunteers and teachers to real estate agents and foster parents — will have no choice but to give up their DNA.

Under Senate Bill 1475, which Rep. David Livingston, R-Peoria, introduced, DNA must be collected from anyone who has to be fingerprinted by the state for a job, to volunteer in certain positions or for a myriad of other reasons.

Read more on AZcentral.

h/t, Joe Cadillic

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