Senate Bill 77 passed in Indiana
Throwing stars on the road to becoming legal in Indianaafter the State Senate passed a bill to legalize the use of this unusual practice for recreational purposes.
State Senator Linda Rogers introduced Senate Bill 77 for “recreational use of throwing stars”.
Although throwing stars remain illegal, the bill would allow “a person at least 12 years of age to possess a throwing star for recreational purposes in certain office spaces, subject to certain requirements. Makes breaking certain provisions about throwing stars a class. With an offense.”
MISSING MOM’S HUSBAND CONSIDERED ‘PERSON OF INTEREST’ THREATS EXTRADITION TO INDIANA ON UNREAL CHARGES
Rogers, and Republican member The state Senate noted that the bill “came from a voter who owns a golf course called Ninja Golf,” according to a Fox 59 report.
INDIANA MAN ARRESTED AFTER VIDEO SHOWING LITTLE CHILD PLAYING WITH GUN
Throwing stars are legal in some states. across the USA, and are used for entertainment and business purposes, along with ax throwing.
A few safety concerns remain when using throwing stars, as these weapons are bladed and may be considered dangerous for public use.
The bill will be put to a vote in Indiana House for further consideration.
The bill passed by 48 votes to 1.
Credit: www.foxbusiness.com /