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...

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