Coming up on today's show:
The last time Congress passed significant gun control legislation was in 1994, when President Clinton signed into law the "Public Safety and Recreational Firearms Use Protection Act." The Takeaway looks back at the tenuous legislative process that ultimately lead to the bill’s passage with Dr. Patrick Griffin, then legislative affairs director for President Clinton and Dennis DeConcini, a retired U.S. Senator from Arizona.
This episode is hosted by Todd Zwillich
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