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Concern about online exposure to harmful content, privacy violations, addiction, and illegal activities puts pressure on the state's lawmakers to pass legislation this year to protect kids and teens online.
A new report from Common Sense Media that analyzed data from young people's phones and gathered insights from conversations with teens themselves shows how smartphones impact their school days, sleep routines, and stress levels.
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