One US state wants to introduce a violent video game tax because that’s totally going to solve its mass murder problem
Tarryn van der Byl·
A politician in Pennsylvania has proposed a new legislation to the state’s General Assembly that would impose an extra 10 percent tax on top of other sales taxes on games rated “M” (Mature) or “AO” (Adults Only), with the revenue funding additional safety and security projects in local school districts.
That’s a tax on games to save kids from bad guys with guns. INGENIOUS.