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Let It Rip: ObamaCare and violent video games

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In just a few days, you'll be able to begin choosing from a list of low-cost health care providers.  It's the Health Exchange, all part of the Affordable Care Act (Obama Care).    

Joining us to discuss:
Nolan Finley, editorial page director of Detroit News
Debbie Dingell, Democratic strategist
Andy Hetzel, spokesman for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan
(Video Part 1)

Plus, do violent video games make people violent? We take a closer look at the video game industry and its effects on people.  

Joining us to discuss:
Dr. Carol VanDyke, clinical psychologist
David Bullock, national spokesperson, Change Agent Consortium
Chris Kagel, Creative Director for Scientifically Proven Entertainment
(Video Part 2)

Finally, Fox 2's Charlie Langton takes "Let It Rip" on the road to hear more thoughts about violent video games. (Video Part 3)

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