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November 2, 2010 5:03 PM

Justices skeptical about curbing sales of violent video games

A California law that bans selling violent video games to minors continued its rocky legal tour Tuesday as members of the Supreme Court seemed troubled by the law's vagueness and unmoved by arguments to uphold the measure, which would create a new exception to the First Amendment's protection of free speech.

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