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The Public Could Now Provide Their Feedback On The Upcoming Video Game Play Time Restriction Law

The Public Could Now Provide Their Feedback On The Upcoming Video Game Play Time Restriction Law 1
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This month, lawmakers in Kagawa prefecture, Japan have been mulling over a law that would restrict the daily video game playtime of those aged 17 and below.

As the law is expected to be discussed in the prefecture assembly next month, Kagawa residents could now provide their feedback for the law via mail, email, FAX, and other forms of communication.

The feedback phase will end on February 6, 2020, and results are expected to be released to the public in late February.

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Source: NintendoSoup

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