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Michigan chucks out violent games law

Michigan’s argument was that because video games were interactive they were less entitled to protection under the First Amendment which guaranteed free speech. Judge George Caram Steeh, of the US District Court, of Eastern District of Michigan seemed to think this argument was pants.

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Michigan: Still Subject to

Michigan: Still Subject to the First Amendment...
So it seems, at least for the time being, that the First Amendment still exists in Michigan, which is mildly comforting amidst the all-around economic chaos of mass unemployment, stagnating real-estate and bankrupt municipalities...

Yeah, I love Brit slang. But

Yeah, I love Brit slang. But cockney rhyming slang, now that's an artform.

By the prosecutions logic,

By the prosecutions logic, would a conversation be less entitled to protection under the first amendment because it was interactive?

The Mass isn't protected by

The Mass isn't protected by the First Amendment, because the congregation responds. Close the churches!

- Josh