A Connecticut town has launched the country's first violent video game return program in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Officials and residents in Southington, which is 30 miles from where the killings unfolded in Newtown, will hold the event on January 12 for families to swap games for gift certificates donated by the Greater Southington Chamber of Commerce.
'We're concerned about our kids getting desensitized,' said John Meyers, executive director of the local YMCA, NBC reported. 'Desensitized to violence and desensitized to other risky behavior.'
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