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MPAA Defends Movie Ratings System After Study Finds Increased Gun Violence in PG-13 Releases
  • New YORK (AP)
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Under increasing pressure over its threshold for violence in PG-13 films, the Motion Picture Association of America defended its often-criticized rating system on Wednesday.
     A study by the Annenberg Public Policy Center and the Ohio State University recently published in the medical...

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