A new Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, ordinance will require the developers of Pokemon Go and other games to get a permit to host an event if they create games that will bring people into county parks. Officials say the law is a response to the large numbers of people who came to county parks while playing Pokemon Go, which they said led to traffic congestion, large amounts of trash and other problems.
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