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Saturday January 28th, 2023 6:27PM

LISTEN: John Schneider talks his latest movie "To Die For"

By Mornings on Maine Street

Patriotism and freedom of speech are on full display in John Schneider's "To Die For." Schneider took time to visit Maine Street and share how the movie came to be and why it is so important to him.

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