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Game Politics has word that a Utah bill that has already been struck down once is being proposed again, this time rewritten to focus solely on games, equating violent games with pornography. If passed, it could be a felony in Utah to knowingly sell or exhibit violent games to minors (which is apparently the case with porn). Game Politics is also reporting that some presumed dead legislation is still alive in North Carolina: "The legislation would make it illegal to sell games deemed 'harmful to minors.' In addition, such games would need to be displayed in an area not accessible to minors. Information concerning game ratings would also need to be displayed."
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