It seems Alabamians aren't the only people in the country disturbed by officials offering cash for blood and DNA samples at police-manned roadblocks.
USA Today reported Monday that from Texas to Montana and from Alabama to Pennsylvania, Americans want to know why they're being stopped on highways nationwide and asked for blood and saliva.
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