Larry Rosenthal

Professor of Law

Law Professor at Chapman University and former federal prosecutor.

Larry Rosenthal on KCRW

Horrific mass shootings are invariably followed by an outcry over the availability of guns, and a push for new gun control measures.

California Considers New Gun Control Measures

Horrific mass shootings are invariably followed by an outcry over the availability of guns, and a push for new gun control measures.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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