Rachel Rossi

candidate for Los Angeles District Attorney

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Rachel Rossi on KCRW

Rossi says the biggest thing LA County needs is change from the status quo, and that one of her main platform issues is supporting victims, listening to survivors, and providing access…

Former public defender Rachel Rossi wants to become LA District Attorney

Rossi says the biggest thing LA County needs is change from the status quo, and that one of her main platform issues is supporting victims, listening to survivors, and providing access…

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