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Editorial: The Ghost of Video Game Violence

October 7th, 2005. In the throes of the Autumn weather, then Governor of California, Republican Arnold Schwarzenegger, signed two bills into law. The bills in question were California Assembly Bills 1792 and 1793–more commonly known as the video game ban bills. The two bills, pushed forth by then California State Assemblyman, Democrat Leland Yee, would explicitly place the sale of violent video games as a criminal offense in California, as well as require M-rated titles to be segregated from E-T titles, according to the ESRB labeling system.

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Heli892446d ago

Damn good article if you ask me. Although why the heck should we take politicians seriously in the end? They barely listen to us as it is, why be nice back?