Passing Unconstitutional Laws has a Price

GameSpy reports:

The Entertainment Software Association (ESA) announced [on June 30] that the state of Minnesota paid $65,000 in attorney fees and expenses incurred as a result of their successful challenge to Minnesota’s unconstitutional video game law. The ESA, which prevailed over similar unconstitutional laws in nine other jurisdictions, now has been awarded close to $2 million in fees and expenses spent in defending gamers, developers and publishers’ First Amendment rights. For the rest of this article, click here.

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