In another clear case of "Nanny States" going mad, New York State is proposing a law that will ban the sale of certain video games to people under the age of 30. 

According to The Inquirer, a bill to this effect is being pushed by Democrat Aurelia Greene and will see mature-themed games being kept "under the counter" in shops.
Greene's bill has been referred to the Assembly's Committee on Consumer Affairs and Protection.
But before gamers around the world clutch their heads in despair, the report does point out that the proposal "has the same vague wording which has resulted in similar laws being struck down as unconstitutional in other US states."