Video game group seeks legal fees after Supreme Court win

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“From the start of this misguided legislation, then-Gov. [Arnold] Schwarzenegger and specific California legislators knew that their efforts to censor and restrict expression were, as court after court ruled, unconstitutional and thus a waste of taxpayers’ money, government time, and state resources,” said Michael Gallagher, CEO of ESA. 

“We look forward to moving forward and working together to raise awareness about the valuable tools and information available to parents.”

According to the FSA, a recent study by the Federal Trade Commission found that retailers prevented about 87 percent of children from buying restricted, M-rated games.