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  1. Oklahoma Lawmaker Proposes 1% Tax on Violent Video Games Like Rock Band

    Oklahoma House Representative William Fourkiller has put forth an interesting proposition: Why don't we add a 1% tax to all "violent" video games? Well, mainly because that would be unconstitutional, but nonetheless the bill exists. Fourkiller's reasoning behind pushing the tax is that -- get this -- violent video games promote violence and on top of that, obesity. In his defense, the proposal dictates that the extra 1% would go to youth obesity and anti-bullying organizations, but at the cost of further sullying the already sufficiently sullied reputation of violence-based video games that are not for kids anyway.

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