It's nice to know that when senators start to get wrapped in possible runs for the presidency, they still manage to stop and smell the roses–to savor the little things that make being a national legislator worthwhile:
Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) on Tuesday reintroduced the Truth in Video Game Rating Act, first proposed last September. It calls for requiring video game rating organizations to play all games "in their entirety" before issuing labels and prohibiting game developers from withholding any "hidden" game content from raters. It would also punish ratings groups that "grossly mischaracterize" any game's content.
The real fear: Will overzealous game rating agencies delay the game approval process? "No, wait, I gotta play one more time, I think there might be some porn in level 47."