Michigan Congressman Tries To Refine Video Games Ratings

Keeping violent video games away from your children, that is the goal of Michigan Congressman Fred Upton.

He reintroduced a bill that would set up a rating system describing the content of video games.

Upton says manufacturers of "Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas" deceived the entertainment software ratings board to avoid a rating that would have hurt sales.

He thinks the "Video Game Decency Act" will help re-install parents' faith in the video game rating system.

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