GamePolitics reports that the bill that will require video games sold in the state of New York to have ratings labels passed by an overwhelming 61-1 margin, with the lone dissenting vote coming from Thomas Duane, a senator representing New York City. The bill will now be passed along to Governor David Paterson, and if it is signed it will become law in 2010. That is if the bill survive legal challenges, as elements representing the game industry are likely to sue and challenge this legislation on constitutional grounds.
All trademarks are properties of their respective owners.
News CGI copyright © 1999-2017 James "furn" Furness &
All rights reserved.
Chatbear v1.4.0/blue++: Page generated 27 February 2017, 20:16.