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  • Newtown Shooting Prompts Expanded Movie Ratings

    LAS VEGAS (AP) — The Motion Pictures Association of America is changing its rating system to better inform parents about violence in movies.

    CEO Christopher Dodd announced the tweaks in Las Vegas April 16 at the annual movie-theater convention, CinemaCon.

    The White House has called on the movie industry to give parents better tools to monitor violence in media since the Newtown school shooting.