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  • Blog Post: Utah Game Law Won't Go Forward

    In the first days after the landmark Supreme Court decision on Brown v. EMA, the legislator behind a similar Utah law is backing down. Salt Lake City-based Deseret News is reporting one of the first follow-ups on the recent Supreme Court ruling. There, Republican State Representative Michael Morley has... More
  • Blog Post: IDGA Weighs In On Supreme Court Hearing

    When news broke early last week that the Supreme Court has decided to review the Entertainment Merchants Association v. Schwarzenegger case, industry advocates like the Entertainment Software Association and the Video Games Voter Network were quick to weigh in with their stance on the issue. Now, the... More
  • Blog Post: Supreme Court To Address Video Game Legislation

    News broke early this morning that the Supreme Court of the United States has approved a petition for a writ of certiorari in regards to the Entertainment Merchants Association v. Schwarzenegger case. A writ of certiorari is an action that allows a higher court to review a decision made by a lower one... More
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