Too much gun violence in PG-13 movies?

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Is there too much gun violence in film?  Specifically in the movies marketed toward our children and teens?  A new report claims the amount of gun violence in PG-13 movies have significantly increased over the past few decades.  In fact, it's quadrupled since the 1950's.  So, is there a need for change?  How is all that exposure to violence affecting our children?  We discussed with Fox 4's movie critic Shawn Edwards and Dr. Jennifer Prohaska from the University of Kansas Hospital.

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