NSLEOA opposes state assisted relocation of violent video game developer

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Updated: 1/14/2013 12:00 pm
Las Vegas, NV (KRNV & MyNews4.com)-- The Nevada State Law Enforcement Officers' Association (NSLEOA) has released a statement opposing the state assisted relocation of Take Two Software to Las Vegas.

The statement comes after a recent decision by the Nevada Economic Development Board to invest $600,000 in tax dollars to help the game company to move to Las Vegas.

In the Associations official release, they called the move a "waste of tax dollars" and said that Take Two's video "games of extreme graphic violence" were a negative influence on young video game players.

Take Two is the producer of the popular and extremely controversial "Grand Theft Auto" video game series.
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