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Thursday, November 30, 2006

Federal Judge Rules Louisiana Video Game Law Unconstitutional

Ruling from the bench, U. S. District Court Judge James Brady has decided that Louisiana's newly enacted video game law is unconstitutional because of its overly restrictive language with regard to the purchase or rental of violent video games by minors. In August he had granted a preliminary injunction preventing the statute from taking effect. Read more here (search for "Judge Overturns La. Video-Game Restrictions Law).

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