Some states are looking to make the sale of certain violent video games to minors illegal:
The specific “model” for the Minnesota debaters, though they may deviate from it, is the California statute, which a district court struck down in early August in a case styled, appropriately enough, Video Software Dealers Association v. Schwarzenegger. (The Terminator himself is the official defender of a prohibition on minors’ access to certain violent media!) The California law bans the sale of certain violent video games to minors. There is no prohibition as to adults. A parent or guardian may provide such games to his or her minor child.
I don’t really see this as that big a deal. If they were restricting access to adults, that would be different. But, to children? How is that different than Movie/Music ratings?