Texas School Districts Start To Get DNA Kits For Students... in case, you know, pew pew pew


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Jul 11, 2007
Its a sad state of affairs for our country.

The Houston Chronicle reports:

Texas public school systems are set to distribute DNA and fingerprint identification kits for K-8 students to parents who wish to participate. The state Legislature passed a law in spring 2021 requiring the Texas Education Agency to give inkless in-home fingerprint and DNA identification cards to each public school system in Texas.
The kits will be made available at each primary-level campus. Some families found the program chilling, considering police had asked parents waiting to find out if their children were slaughtered at Robb Elementary School on May 24 to provide DNA samples to help identify the to facilitate identification of the dead.