In another example of the government picking winners and losers, the House Ways and Means Committee, in its long-awaited tax reform bill, singles out violent video game makers for tax increases.
This includes a range of provisions, including some that have been advanced by Democrats and Republicans alike. "Preventing makers of violent video games from qualifying for the R&D tax credit." In other words if you make Violent games, you are not going to get credit for R&D. Unlike game companies that make leap frog and educational games. Why should they get tax credit for making games that do nothing for education?
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