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ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 5 AND THEREAFTER - In a Feb. 17, 2016 photo, the Idaho State Police Forensic Services lab tests for DNA samples. The submission of rape kits for DNA collection is left entirely up to law enforcement discretion and the submission rates vary widely among police departments in Idaho. A bill proposed by Rep. Melissa Wintrow, D-Boise, this legislative session would change how sexual assault kits are tracked by all law enforcement agencies in Idaho and could provide some general explanations as to why some may go untested. The bill is currently working its way through the Statehouse. (Idaho Press-Tribune via Idaho State Police via AP)

ADVANCE FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 5 AND THEREAFTER - In a Feb. 17, 2016 photo, the Idaho State Police Forensic Services lab tests for DNA samples. The submission of rape kits for DNA collection is left entirely up to law enforcement discretion and the submission rates vary widely among police departments in Idaho. A bill proposed by Rep. Melissa Wintrow, D-Boise, this legislative session would change how sexual assault kits are tracked by all law enforcement agencies in Idaho and could provide some general explanations as to why some may go untested. The bill is currently working its way through the Statehouse. (Idaho Press-Tribune via Idaho State Police via AP)

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