ESA Wants CA Money Back


Posted September 6, 2007 - By Mike D'Alonzo

The ESA, or Entertainment Software Association, is suing the state of California after successfully overturning Gov. Schwarzenegger's bid to make it mandatory that all mature titles be denied to consumers under the age of 18. The ESA wants over $300,000 in legal fees returned to them for defending a law that has been held as unconstitutional on eight other occasions in other states.

There's no word on the viability of them getting their money back, but The Governator has, unsurprisingly, decided to appeal the law and run it through the California legal system again. Because, here in California, we don't have enough stuff to think about.

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ESA Wants CA Money Back


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