"Senators Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and Joe Lieberman (D-CT) recently endorsed the new rating summaries implemented by the ESRB. The summaries, available on the ESRB website, provide a paragraph-length description of game content to accompany the familiar short phrases like "Blood and Gore" and "Mild Peril".
During the Hot Coffee controversy, Clinton called for government regulation of video game content. More recently, following the Manhunt 2 rating change from "Adults Only" down to "Mature", both Clinton and Lieberman felt the ESRBs standards were inconsistent. Both senators called for a review of video game standards to enforce consistency and raise confidence in the rating standards.
However, the latest move by the ESRB to help inform consumers of video game content has won both acceptance and praise from both senators."