Pennsylvania state politician, Christopher B. Quinn has proposed a bill to impose 10% tax on video games that include violence.
School shootings are now a big concern for the people living in the United States. The Government and activist groups have been trying lately to prevent them. The latest example comes from the Pennsylvania State. A new bill has been proposed that presents a sale tax on video games that include violence.
Pennsylvania state politician, Christopher B. Quinn (R) believes that one way to stop violence is by imposing a tax on violent video games. This bill was presented by Christopher B. Quinn. The bill indicates that there should a 10% sales tax imposed on violent video games. Though this bill was brought back in September, it’s now getting discussed on the internet.

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