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Massachusetts Mayor To Hold Violent Video Game Buyback Program

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Melrose Mayor Robert Dolan, pictured, says he plans to hold a video game buyback program at the beginning of February. Melrose Mayor Robert Dolan, pictured, says he plans to hold a video game buyback program at the beginning of February.
MELROSE, MA -

A mayor in Massachusetts is preparing to offer a program aimed at convincing families to get rid of their violent video games, movies and toys.

Melrose Mayor Robert Dolan says he is preparing to launch a video game buyback program for the beginning of February.

Families who opt to turn in their violent games, movies and toys will receive coupons in return.

As a father of two, Mayor Dolan says he felt obligated to start the program after the school shooting in Newtown, Conn.

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