The following bills have been introduced for this session just FYI. Keep in mind these bills have a long road ahead before becoming legislation. These are just a few of many proposed bills this session all can be accessed at www.in.gov under the bill watch link. Senate Bill 0261 Makes it a Class B Misdemeanor to hunt in a manner that results in a bullet, arrow, or another projectile passing within 200 yards of an inhabited residence without their permission. Also makes hunting/fishing without consent a Class B Misdemeanor(Instead of a Class C Misdemeanor) Senate Bill 0263 Requires the director to establish a hunting season in which certain authentic or reproductions of rifles manufactured between 1860 and 1899 may be used. House Bill 1039 Makes permanent a provision authorizing the issuance of lifetime hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses. House Bill 1066 Provides that a person who, between Oct. 1 and Jan. 15, shines a spotlight, searchlight, or other artificial light for the purpose of locating a wild animal commits a Class C Infraction. Requires the court to revoke a person's hunting, fishing, and trapping licenses for 2 years if person commits a second violation of statute. House Bill 1091 Allows a resident who serves on active duty in the Armed Forces outside the United States during a certain period to purchase a lifetime hunting, fishing, or trapping license. Again, this is not all of the proposed bills and is only a summarization of the proposed legislation. These bills can be read as they are written on the state website listed above.