Should There be Government Regulation of Social Media to Curb Addiction?

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Americans spend 2-3 hours every day on social media. Dr. Travis Stork wonders, “Will we ever stop scrolling?” There’s a new proposed law called the SMART Act that hopes to help limit screen time with the effort to curb social media addiction. Missouri Senator Josh Hawley introduced the bill to stop social media apps from employing techniques that encourage addictive behaviors, but should the government control your usage? Find out what our audience thinks.

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