Minnesota Game Law Struck Down By Courts

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Today, U.S. District Judge James Rosenbaum blocked the Minnesota law that put fines into place if minors purchased violent or sexually explicit video games.
Judge Rosenbaum ruled that the law violated the First Amendment. No law of this sort has yet to stand up to the scrutiny of the courts.

The Minnesota lawmakers who enacted the law were, not surprisingly, disappointed. The Entertainment Software Association that challenged the law once again emphasized that lawmakers are wasting taxpayer money by enacting such laws.

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