Connecticut Town Cancels Video Game Buyback Program That Was A Response to Newtown Shootings

From ThinkProgress Thu Jan 10 2013, 12:04:33

The good folks at GamePolitics report that a planned effort to get Connecticut residents to turn in their violent video games has been cancelled: Last week SouthingtonSOS, a group comprised of Southington, Connecticut community organizations announced a violent videogame buyback program, where citizens could deposit violent games into what basically amounted to a trash bin [...]

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