North Carolina senate debates violent games bill

Another US state ponders legislation against sale of violent games to minors.

Yet another US state has opened the debate on whether legislation should be put in place to prevent the sale of violent or obscene games to minors, with the state Senate of North Carolina considering a bill on the subject. The Senate Commerce Committee has debated the bill already, but chose not to take a vote on the matter. It's expected that it will be returned in front of the house in the near future.

News source: GamesIndustry.biz

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