Fan Violence Bill

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The brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow last year outside of Dodger Stadium and other acts of violence against fans have prompted a proposed California law that would ban violent fans from attending games. But critics say the law penalizes people for acts they haven't yet committed.

Under the proposed law, a list with photos of fans who have hurt someone at a game would be posted on the Internet and available to sports venues and law enforcement.

Guests:

Mike Gatto, state assemblyman (D) from Los Angeles

Matt Gonzalez, chief attorney with the San Francisco Public Defender's Office and former president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors

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