Friday, July 1, 2011
Professor Catherine J. Ross (GW Law) recently wrote an interesting editorial for the Washington Post:
Parents may wonder how the Supreme Court could overturn a California law that made it a crime to sell or rent violent video games to minors. But the court got it right Monday in Brown v. Entertainment Merchants Association. The justices rejected a radical challenge to free speech — in the process protecting all of us, not just children.
Read more here.