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ECA to stage Washington rally prior to Supreme Court battle

Richard Mitchell, @TheRichardM
October 14, 2010
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Oral arguments for the Schwarzenegger v. EMA Supreme Court case are set to begin on November 2. In the run up to the historic court battle, which could result in the restriction of sales of violent video games, the Entertainment Consumers Association is planning to organize a rally on the steps of the Supreme Court itself. The event is set to take place on November 2 at 9:00 am at the US Supreme Court Building, with the ECA calling on gamers to join the rally "in support of free speech."

If you're planning on going, why not organize a carpool in the comments? After that, read through our litany of coverage on the issue, from its humble beginnings as a failed California state law to its upcoming moment in the spotlight before the Supreme Court. After all, we're sure it's a long ride to D.C. Might as well bone up on current events, right?



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ECA Rallies Gamers at the U.S. Supreme Court

On November 2, the United States Supreme Court will be hearing the case Schwarzenegger v. EMA. This is the first time that the Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments on any state law attempting to restrict or ban the sale of video games. Until now, all of those laws have been struck down, but we can't guarantee that the Supreme Court will agree.

That is why we're asking you to join the ECA for a rally in support of free speech and to demonstrate that you're not afraid to show it!

Join the Entertainment Consumers Association for a Rally on the Steps of the United States Supreme Court!

When:
November 2, 2010 at 9:00 am

Where:
United States Supreme Court Building
One First Street, NE
Washington, DC 20543

















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