Connecticut State Senator Pushes Bill to Prohibit the Use of 'Point-and-Shoot' Video Games by Minors

Connecticut State Representative Debralee Hovey (R-112th District) isn't the only one that introduced a bill in the January session apparently. Connecticut State Senator Toni Nathaniel Harp (D-10th District) introduced S.B. No. 328, "An Act Concerning Minors and Violent Point-and-shoot video Games." The proposed bill aims to "prevent minors from using violent point-and-shoot video games in public arcades."

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aceitman1900d ago

So does this mean no more nerf guns, no more cap guns.

cl19831900d ago

And bicycle helmets at all times.

DarkBlood1900d ago

your picture sir just gave me an idea on how to do a setup for my very own first apartment in the future lol thanks

mandf1900d ago (Edited 1900d ago )

sucks for gamers

xtheownerzx1900d ago

You all what's next right? Pointing your finger like a gun in public means jailtime. SMH politicians I wish someone would ask them where is the proof to back all these bills that are supposed to be helping people.

Soldierone1900d ago

I say we let it happen. We let the idiots have their way with the blame game, under ONE circumstance. They have one year after a ban, or whatever stupid measure they propose, to prove its working substantially, and directly linked to what they banned or did.

If (and i mean when) it doesn't do crap, the person is removed from office that day, never allowed to run for anything again, and the measure is taken away.

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