JUSTICE KAGAN: Suppose a new study suggested that movies were just as violent. Then presumably, California could regulate movies just as it could regulate video games?
MR. MORAZZINI: Well, Your Honor, there is scientific literature out there regarding the impact of violent media on children. In fact, for decades, the President, Congress, the FTC, parenting groups, have been uniquely concerned with the level of violent media available to minors that they have ready access to.
JUSTICE SOTOMAYOR: I don't think; is that answering Justice Kagan's question? One of the studies, the Anderson study, says that the effect of violence is the same for a Bugs Bunny episode as it is for a violent video. So can the legislature now, because it has that study, say we can outlaw Bugs Bunny?
MR. MORAZZINI: No -
Do not take away our Bugs Bunny v. Daffy Duck.
Schwarzenegger v. Entertainment Merchants Assn.