INDIANAPOLIS -- Last week mayor Bart Peterson here signed a law banning minors from playing coin-operated video games with graphic violence or sexual content unless accompanied by a parent or adult guardian. A fine of $200 per day can be assessed against non-complying businesses, and their licenses can be revoked after three violations within a one-year period. The video game industry is expected to challenge the law, which is reportedly the first such regulation in a major U.S. city. In ...

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