A bill proposed to the New York State Legislature by Republican Rep. Brian Kolb brings an unusual twist to the fight to stop violent and sexual games. It provides the authorities the power to confiscate any games which do not clearly display a rating label.
TheFeed usually takes these game laws with an extra gigantic grain of salt. Free speech is pretty well established in the U.S., so even if these laws pass, they get thrown out on Constitutional grounds. But the whole thing is starting to get ridiculous.
Surely the lawmakers in NY (this year's worst offender at trying to pass useless game laws) can find some way to spend their time that's more useful than this nonsense.
They can, can't they?
Game Politics: NY Legislation Permits Seizure of Unrated Games