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Obama Calls Out Video Games in Gun Violence Address

President Barack Obama suggested more research needed to be done on the affect of video games and other "violent media" on children during his Wednesday morning address detailing his plan for lowering gun violence in the United States. "Congress will fund research into the effects that violent video games have on young minds," he said. "We don’t benefit from ignorance.
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