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SCOTUS: Violent video games can't be banned

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The Supreme Court has upheld very few restrictions on free expression, and justices on Monday refused to add violence to that short list, striking down a 2005 California law banning violent video games despite concerns that they could be harmful to children. NBC's Pete Williams reports.