Can video games be related to violence today in our real world? This is an endless debate, which regularly returns to the front of the scene after an ugly tweet Donald Trump miscellaneous news. In the United States, a politician wants to impose a tax on "violent video games".
Robert Nardolillo III is a Republican member of the House of Representatives of Rhode Island. On his Facebook page, we read: "There is evidence that children exposed to violent video games at a young age tend to be more aggressive than those who were not. This proposed legislation would provide schools with the extra resources they need to help students deal with this aggression in a positive way. "
The money raised would be used to fund a mental health fund. If the project comes up, the M-rated games – 17 years old and over – or higher would see their price increase by 10%, when in Rhode Island at least. And one can only imagine that such a law could inspire other states.
"Our goal is to make every school in Rhode Island a safe and quiet place for our youth to study. By providing children with resources to manage their aggression today, we can ensure a more peaceful future. "
Hard to know this bill will succeed or not … To be continued!