Judge Stops Enforcement of Louisiana Video Game Law

A federal judge has granted a request by video-game industry groups for a temporary restraining order preventing the state of Louisiana from enforcing a new law that would ban sales of violent games to minors, according to court records. The ruling, issued by U.S District Court Judge James Brady, is the latest salvo in a heated battle over content turned out by the $13 billion U.S. video-game industry.

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