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Are parents or the government responsible for mental health impacts of social media?

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    Are parents or the government responsible for mental health impacts of social media?

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Govs. Spencer Cox (R-Utah) and Jared Polis (D-Colo.) join a special edition of Meet the Press to discuss the mental health crisis in America.

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