I received this email from the ESA this weekend:
Oklahoma: Representative Fred Morgan introduced House Bill 3004, which passed in the State House and Senate, but not before Oklahoma VGVN members wrote their elected officials to express their discontent and opposition to the bill. Governor Brad Henry recently signed this bill into law, and it will go into effect on November 1, 2006. This law defines violent video games as “harmful to minors”, thus makes it illegal for them to be sold or rented to minors in the state. The Entertainment Software Association intends to file suit in Oklahoma’s federal district court to overturn this unconstitutional law.
I sure hope those politicians in OKC don’t mind losing their bonuses this year.