Jack Thompson's recently-introduced bill isn't the only video game issue under consideration by Louisiana lawmakers.
As reported by the Shreveport Times, legislators will consider whether to renew tax incentives for video game, movie and other digital media firms.
Rep. Barbara Norton (D, at eft) argues in favor of retaining such incentives:
EA Sports... is planning to open an office in the Baton Rouge area because of the digital tax credit. EA Sports will bring high paying jobs and provide an economic boost to the Baton Rouge economy...
We should keep our state incentives to attract high paying, high tech jobs... The Texas legislature is introducing tax incentives to try and pull more film productions from Shreveport back to Texas. Right now Texas cannot compete with us as to incentives Louisiana offers... however they are trying to fix that now.
Gov. Bobby Jindal (R) reportedly favors maintaining tax breaks for digital media producers.