Minnesota video game legislation found unconstitutional

When Minnesota passed a law last month that barred children from buying or renting M- or AO-rated games, we knew it was only a matter of time before it was struck down. That time has come, as a federal judge today ruled that the law was unconstitutional. Citing a lack of evidence showing that video game violence is harmful to children, Judge James Rosenbaum overturned the law.

Read this article on Ars Technica and commentary from C|Net’s Gaming Blog


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