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Oklahoma Violent Video Game Tax Question (2012)

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The Oklahoma Violent Video Game Tax Amendment did not make the November 2012 ballot in the state of Oklahoma as a legislatively-referred state statute. The measure would have placed an excise tax on violent video games in the state, which would be used for childhood outdoor education and bullying prevention. According to the text of the measure, a violent video game was defined as "a video or computer game that has received a rating from the Entertainment Software Rating Board of Teen, Mature or Adult[s] Only." The measure was introduced in 2012 state legislative session by State Rep. William T. Fourkiller.[1]

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