Removing violent video games

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Bill Leff visits with Kevin Slota and Mark Battaglia, co-owner of No Limit Arcade in Algonquin, about their decision to remove violent video games from their shop in response to the Newtown tragedy.


Students play a shooting game after their prom in 2006. (Stefano Paltera / Los Angeles Times)