A federal appeals court on March 17 upheld an injunction against a Minnesota law that targeted at children under 17 who rent or buy violent video games, the Associated Press reports. A three-judge panel of the 8th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals agreed with a lower-court judge that Minnesota went too far when it passed its law two years ago–because the state couldn’t prove that such games hurt children. The law would have hit kids under 17 with a $25 fine if they rented or bought a video game rated "M" for mature or "AO" for adults only. It also would have required stores to put up signs warning of the fines…

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