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By David L. Hudson Jr.
First Amendment Center research attorney
Pressure to regulate violent, sexually explicit video games increases as legislation passes. FULL STORY>  
Federal judge throws out new Ind. law on explicit material
Court finds statute too broad, saying it could be applied against 'unquestionably lawful, nonobscene, nonpornographic materials being sold to adults.' 07.02.08
N.Y. governor signs bill targeting violent video games
Critics say new law is unconstitutional, too watered down to accomplish its goal and call legislative effort 'moral preening.' 07.23.08

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