Arnold refuses to let California's video game law be terminated. Despite a permanent injunction, the Governor has filed a notice of appeal. The ESA meanwhile is seeking almost $325,000 from California to reimburse the industry for the legal fees needed to overturn the law.
As expected California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has decided to appeal the court's permanent injunction on the video game law that sought to restrict the sale or rental of Mature-rated titles to individuals under 18. The bill was originally authored by Assemblyman Leland Yee, who's now a Senator.