ESA to Sacramento: Pay Up
The Supreme Court gave video games protection under the First Amendment in its ruling against California's gaming legislation, setting a precedent that should deter other politicians from trying to pass similar laws. The Entertainment Software Association isn't finished, however, and it has filed a motion to be reimbursed $1.1 million in attorney's fees from the state of California.
It would be even nicer if individual lawmakers could be held accountable for damages for their stupid laws. I suspect we'd have far fewer stupid laws.