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US court issues temporary block on Louisiana games law

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US court issues temporary block on Louisiana games law

Louisiana’s controversial videogames bill has been blocked by the District Court after Judge James Brady issued a temporary injunction preventing the law from taking effect until the ESA’s lawsuit can be heard.

According to a report in The Advocate newspaper, Judge Brady has set a hearing date for 27 June in Baton Rouge, temporarily blocking the law from taking effect in the interim.

Read the complete story here. (gamesindustry.biz)

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