American Amusement Machine Association v Teri Kendrick

Appellate Court Decision Reversing & Remanding w/ Instructions to Grant Plaintiff a Preliminary Injunction


Seventh Circuit decision overturning district court's finding that an Indianapolis video game censorship law was constitutional. Appellate Court differentiates "violent" video games (intended for children) from sexually explicit "harmful matter" that is "an adult invasion of children's culture"

The Appellate Court decision reverses and remands with instructions to grant Plaintiffs-Appellants a preliminary injunction.

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Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 7th Circuit | United States

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