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Submitted by gulevski 1112d ago | opinion piece

Senators Continue to Threaten First Amendment

"Unfortunately, it’s that time of the month when we talk about violence and video games again. In 2011, the US Supreme Court ruled that there was no proof violent video games increased violence in minors, and yet here we are not two years later with a national study on the very same relationship. " | Explosion.com (Capcom, Culture, EA, Microsoft, Sony, THQ)

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