Max Slowik
April 5, 2013

In the wake of an “assault weapons” ban that has so far been blocked by other legislators, Sen. Dianne Feinstein is now talking about video game control.

Speaking to an audience of about 500 at a San Francisco event, Feinstein said “If Sandy Hook doesn’t do it … then maybe we have to proceed, but that is in the future,” and “a very negative role for young people, and the industry ought to take note of that.”

She said this in light of evidence that Adam Lanza, the shooter, was a fan of “Call of Duty” and “Starcraft,” two of the most popular — that is to say common, mainstream — video games series ever made.

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