Reuters reports that a federal judge has issued a preliminary injunction against a Michigan law preventing merchants from selling violent video games to minors. The video game industry had argued against the law, despite its support from parents groups and Michigan legislators. Judge George Caram Steeh issued the injunction based on the fact that Michigan "has been unable to demonstrate the perceived harm it seeks to protect against." Judge Steeh also said the law would stifle free speech....
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