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Video Games Law Case Could "Provide a Pathway" For Limiting Violent Video Games

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Posted November 2, 2010 - By Eric Eckstein

There is no California video games ban in effect yet, but video game law could change based on the current case before the Supreme Court. We've brought you the oral arguments, the Supreme Court transcripts and our opinions in Adam's post from D.C. and his Soapbox, but there's always more, folks.

Our own sharply-dressed Sess took to the steps to chat with California state Senator Leland Yee, who believes that more oversight is needed when it comes to policing video games. Senator Yee also feels that the framework is set for even more fundamental change that he sees as required to protect children from violent video games, but we'll let him spill the beans himself in this interview:

Senator Leland Yee On Proposed Violent Video Game Law »


For more on this issue, be sure to check out Video Games on Trial at g4tv.com/gamesontrial!

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