Court Affirms Rejection of Minn. Video Game Law

The video game industry and free-speech proponents landed yet another legal victory, when a federal appeals court affirmed a 2006 rejection of a Minnesota law restricting minors' access to violent titles. The Minnesota law would have imposed up to a $25 fine on minors younger than 17 caught buying or renting video games rated "M" for mature or "AO" for adults-only, under the video game industry's rating system.

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