ESA Sues Oklahoma Over Game Law

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The ESA is continuing to pursue unconstitutional laws. Today the ESA announced that it has filed suit demanding that the courts overturn the recently passed Oklahoma law prohibiting the sale of certain videogames to minors. The ESA is a trade association representing companies that publish games, so given the ESA, they aren't necessarily objective. But they happen to be right about the unconstitutionality of the Oklahoma law.

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