Violent Video Games Under Fire From Georgia Legislators

02/19/2002 | eSchool News (free registration)

Lawmakers reportedly are debating the Violent Video Game Protection Act, a bill that would require a violence rating on video games. House Democrats have introduced the legislation, saying violent video games could desensitize students to violence. Critics say that there is no evidence linking video games to increased violence in children.

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