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AG dislikes lawmaker tinkering with new DNA collection law; thieves net workers' personal data; more state news

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MADISON -- Wisconsin's attorney general says he wants lawmakers to fix the problems they caused, when they watered down his plan to make those arrested for felonies give their DNA to police.

Lawmakers concerned about invasions of privacy required that local agencies hold onto most samples and not send them to the Justice Department's database of criminals until a defendant makes a court appearance, or a judge issues a probable cause that a felony was committed.

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