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ECA vs Video Games Labeling Act

The Entertainment Consumers Association now offers a resource for gamers in the U.S. to contact their representatives to express opposition to the H.R. 4204, the recently revealed bill that will require health warnings on video games in the U.S. should it be passed into law. They refute the science behind the warnings the "Violence in Video Games Labeling Act" would mandate, state the bill is also unconstitutional, and can help you inform congress of your opinion on this matter.

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4. Re: ECA vs Video Games Labeling Act Mar 22, 2012, 11:09 necrosis
 
I love how they want to slap label's on games that state things that have not been 100% proven.  
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