A campaign is under way to win the hearts and minds of state attorneys general in the run-up to a major Supreme Court case testing the constitutionality of limits on the sale of violent video games. Representatives of the video game industry, with $10 billion in annual sales nationwide, have been in contact with state AGs to persuade them to support the industry by filing a brief in the case. At issue: whether California's 2005 law banning the sale or rental of violent video games to minors violated the First Amendment.
State Support Courted in High Court Video Game Case
The National Law Journal
September 1, 2010