Just as the US Senate has been discussing a federal law banning the sale of "violent" video games to minors, yet another state law has been stopped by a judge. This time, it's in Illinois, where the judge points out that the state came "nowhere near" showing how such a law did not violate the Constitution. This comes just weeks after a similar law was struck down in Michigan and well after other identical laws have been tossed out in other states. Somehow, though, you get the feeling this isn't over just yet.
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