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November 11, 2013
Source - Huffington Post
PG-13 movies now have more gun violence than R-rated ones. Proof again I suppose that violence sells, especially to teens. When looking specifically at PG-13 movies, researchers saw a tripling in gun violence since the rating was created in 1985. Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson of Seattle Children’s is the author of this post.
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