Should Video Games be Blamed for Shootings?

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The administration has resorted to blaming video games for the unfortunate tragedy that occurred at a school in Florida recently, where a teenager brought a gun to school and opened fire. This isn’t the first time that video games has been blamed for such acts, but is there any validity to these arguments? We discuss it in this segment from The Co-op Podcast 240.

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