Thu, Jan 10, 2013 | 17:21 GMT
US Senator Jay Rockefeller’s congressional bill which would research the impact of violent games and media on children died once the 112th congressional session ended last Thursday on January 3.
Posted in: America, Politics, Violence in games
Tags: Federal Communications Commission, Federal Trade Commission, National Academy of Sciences, US Senator Jay Rockefeller, Violent games bill, Violent games study
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