California Proposition 69 (2004)

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California Proposition 69, the DNA Initiative, was a successful 2004 California ballot proposition that allows for the collection of DNA samples from all felons and from people who have been arrested for certain crimes.[1] In 2009, all adults arrested for or charged with any felony will be included in the database.[1]

California currently maintains the third largest DNA database in the world.

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  1. ^ a b Proposition 69: DNA Samples. Collection. Database. Funding; State of California, smartvoter.org

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