Bill to legalize throwing stars advances at Indiana statehouse

("Indiana State Capitol Building" by Drew Tarvin, CC BY 2.0)

A bill was passed by the Indiana Senate that would legalize throwing stars for recreational use.

The bill requires safety measures, such as restrictions on the location of star-throwing to certain businesses and children aged 12 to 17 needing written permission from a parent.

The bill passed with a 48-1 vote and now moves to the House for consideration.


  1. This is a good bill. There are a couple stinkers though, like Linda Rogers’ bill to grant instate tuition rates to people who are here illegally and a bill approving the use of speed cameras on highways, BOTH courtesy of Indiana’s RINO GOP population.

    And don’t get me started on Comcast getting tens of millions of dollars to expand their network, or South Bend using ARP (American Rescue Plan) dollars to fun their harebrained reparations idea.


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