Pa Lawmaker Seeks School Safety Through Tax On Violent Video Games

02.14.19 | Terry Diener

State Rep. Christopher Quinn said the tax revenue would be distributed to school districts undergoing projects to improve safety

But the gaming industry, as well as some experts who study the impact of video games see Quinn's bill as misguided — and potentially unconstitutional.

Patrick Markey, a professor of brain and psychological sciences at Villanova University says researchers have found there is no link between violent video games and horrific acts of violence such as school shootings.