New ‘Sin Tax’ proposed on violent video games

In the wake of the horrific murders at Sandy Hook, one lawmaker has proposed a tax designed to help develop and disseminate educational material to educate the public about video game addition and antisocial behavior. The 10% sales tax would be added to video games that contain an “M” rating. The “M” rating is assigned by the ESRB and means that the content in the video game is intended for mature audiences only.

For more you can read, “Newtown Lawmaker Proposes ‘Sin Tax’ On Violent Video Games.

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