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Monday June 30, 2008

Minnesota Pays ESA $91K for Illegal Game Law

The Entertainment Software Association has announced that it has won a judgment from the state of Minnesota reimbursing the ESA for $65,000 in attorney fees and other expenses. Hopefully this will teach other states a lesson about trying to pass stupid stuff like this in the future. I agree with the ESA when he said taxpayers should be pissed that they are footing the bill for this stuff.

"Minnesota's citizens should be outraged at paying the bill for this flawed plan. Minnesota's public officials ignored legal precedent and instead pursued a political agenda that ultimately cost taxpayers money," said ESA CEO Michael Gallagher.

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