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Submitted by Cat 2630d ago | news

TV News Report on Minnesota Video Game Ruling

As reported earlier this week, a federal appeals court has affirmed a lower court ruling that Minnesota's 2006 "fine the buyer" video game law is unconstitutional. Local news station KARE-11 has a video report on the law's defeat, including interviews with Dr. David Walsh of the National Institute on Media & the Family and, oddly enough, a guy who sells retro video games. (Industry)

Credit url: gamepolitics.com

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