DNA and French Immigration

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The French parliament has approved a strict new immigration bill. Hopeful incomers are now required to pass a language test and prove that they are familiar with French values. But most controversial is the provision that involves DNA testing. Newsweek Paris bureau chief Chris Dickey discusses the controversy. Also, London's Guardian crosses the pond; Gov. Spitzer's revised drivers' license proposal; and more about MRSA.

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