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GOP senators are urging TV ratings board to create warning for LGBTQ content

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Some Republican senators are calling for television ratings to be updated to include a warning about LGBTQ content on children's TV shows. NBC News' Matthew Lavietes reports on why this debate is happening after Florida's newly enacted law that critics have dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.