Washington State Curbs Violent Videogames For Kids

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http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/122885_violentvideo21.html Washington State has become the first state to prohibit renting or selling some violent computer games to children under 17. A trade association will challenge it as an unconstitutional infringement on minors' rights. The Seattle Post-Intelligencer notes that about a dozen other states, cities or counties have tried regulating violent computer games, only to have courts say the laws violate the Constitution's First Amendment. Washington law is more narrowly drawn than many and so is more likely to survive judicial . . .

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