This week's Moms Talk question comes from , a member of our Moms Council.
Ginny was curious about the Supreme Court's recent decision that would keep video game retailers selling violent video games to kids. Here's what CNN had to say about it a few days ago:
Video games are art, and they deserve the exact same First Amendment protections as books, comics, plays and all the rest, the U.S. Supreme Court said ... in a ruling about the sale of violent video games in California.
California had tried to argue that video games are inherently different from these other mediums because they are "interactive." So if a kid has to pick up a controller and hit the B button — over and over again until he starts to get thumb arthritis — to kill a person in a video game, that's different from reading about a similar murder, the state said.
(You can find that full story here.)
We had touched on this topic in , but Ginny and our other moms would like to know if your thoughts have changed in light of the Supreme Court's ruling.