A Senate committee passed an amended version of a bill Monday that would regulate Indiana’s high-fenced hunting industry.
Legislators have been debating the issue for a decade.
The bill attempts to address some of the issues deer farmers, hunting preserve owners and wildlife advocates have been at odds over for years.
It would regulate deer hunting preserves, fees and setting up licensing requirements.
Republican Representative Sean Eberhart says it would also address concerns about Chronic Wasting Disease making its way into Indiana.