29 Feb

The House of Representatives in Oklahoma struck down Bill H2696, the proposed video game surtax we reported on earlier this month. The bill would have levied a 1% tax on all video games rated T and M purchased within the State, using the funds gained (approximated at $2 million) for programs working against childhood obesity […]

04 Feb

Oklahoma State Representative William Fourkiller (D) has put forth legislation in the State house that would impose a 1% surtax on all sales of Teen, Mature, and Adults-Only video games. Representative Fourkiller has claimed the intent of the bill is to combat the dangers of violent video games, with the tax revenue gained from its […]