A new bill was introduced into the U.S. House of Representatives that, if passed, will require warning labels on video games with ratings of "E" and above. The bill was entered into the congress by representatives Joe Baca and Frank Wolf. If passed, future games will have labels that read: "WARNING: Exposure to violent video games has been linked to aggressive behavior."
When speaking with The Hill, Baca said, "The video game industry has a responsibility to parents, families and to consumers - to inform them of the potentially damaging content that is often found in their products."
We all know the arguments and counter-arguments. Now, we just wait to see what "The People" decide.
Sources: CBS News, The Hill