Alarmed By Sandy Hook, U.S. Senator Wants Government To Find Out if Violent Games Are More Dangerous Than Cartoons

West Virginia Senator Jay Rockefeller recently introduced a bill to congress which aims to study the impact of violent video games on children, The Huffington Post reports. Likely, this is a response to the claims that Adam Lanza played video games, and that video games might've negatively influenced Lanza.

Drudge Report: Connecticut Killer "Obviously Not Well," "Suffered From Personality Disorder," "Played Video Games ..."

Now that we've got the right name of the killer in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre yesterday, the media profiles are starting to emerge. To the Drudge Report, playing video games is a remarkable enough thing that it bears mentioning in a headline. An italicized headline. Oh, it's factual enough, but that…