Elmhurst residents not deterred by library ruling on M-rated video games
ELMHURST – Despite the Elmhurst Public Library's recent decision to not change its evaluation policy toward M-rated video games, resident Jim Schuetz isn't giving up the fight.
"Similar to President Obama, who was very disappointed with the Senate's decision to not pass improved gun control, we're also equally disappointed with the library's decision to not put improved selection criteria and procedures in place around violent video games," said Schuetz, who was motivated by the Sandy Hook shootings to file his request to reconsider the library's selection.
Schuetz and a small group of Elmhurst residents will continue to pursue changes in the library's policy by possibly circulating a petition or working with city leaders, he said.
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