from the not-the-craziest-thing dept.
fiorenza writes "At least one state is forgoing the process of cooking up gaming legislation only to have it thrown out in the courts.
Georgia is working with the ESRB to educate parents in the state about game ratings, with the state's Attorney General leading up the charge. The obvious question is, why wasn't this tried first, before the mad rush to pass laws that never stand judicial review on account of first amendment issues? The article suggests that similar cooperative announcements from other states may soon follow."
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high, and the results usually disappointing."
-- Robert Orben