United States District Judge James Brady will hear the ESA/EMA complaint on June 27th in Baton Rouge, possibly making way for another 1st amendment protection win of video-game defenders, until then, a temporary injuction is in place.
Florida attorney and anti-game activist Jack Thompson must not cheer as his law got the temporary injuction, most probably getting cancelled altogether when ESA and EMA will invoke the first amendment protection, as previously done in overturning the Michigan video-game bill.
The industry groups sued to overturn Louisiana video game law, as similar efforts led to laws having been struck down by six courts in five years, in California, Illinois and Michigan, based on free-speech rights.
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