Earlier this year, Louisiana officials signed into law a measure restricting the sales of violent video games to minors. Those selling the games would have faced a $2,000 fine and/or up to one year in prison. This week, a US District Judge has ruled the law unconstitutional, stating that depictions of violence are fully protected under the Constitution. This is the latest in a number of similar outcomes in states such as California, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota.
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