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Christie Plans to Restrict Video Games – Are They the Problem? [POLL]

Since reports surfaced that Newtown killer Adam Lanza spent days on end in his basement playing violent video games, the discussion over how to curb gun violence has focused on the games themselves

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NJ Lawmaker to Parents: Don’t Buy Violent Video Games

In wake of the tragedies in Newtown, Connecticut, New Jersey Assemblyman Joe Cryan is suggesting that parents reconsider buying violent video games as holiday gifts this year. Cryan makes it very clear that he is not suggesting that he understands the motivations of the alleged shooter, but says this holiday season has already been mired in enough violence and tragedy and enough is enough.

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