One American state lawmaker proposed a tax on violent computer games. Well, not games portraying violence, necessarily. It
would add a one percent excise tax on the sale of games rated T or above by the ESRB. That wide umbrella would include violence-free games like Guitar Hero and Ultimate Card Games that received a T rating for "suggestive lyrics" and "simulated gambling," respectively. But hey, at least Call of Duty would set someone back an additional 60¢ under the plan.
Revenues raised by this Missouri law (should it become so) would help pay for mental health treatment for those harmed by violent video games. A complete loop.