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Tax Proposal for Violent Video Games

By DMO Affiliate
A local Connecticut government official is proposing a 10% tax on mature video game sales within the state. The money would go into the Connecticut's fund to treat video game addiction as well as with other mental health issues. A fierce fight is expected considering the debate surrounding violent video games and real violence. Patrick Jones has details.
Tax Proposal for Violent Video Games

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