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House advances Rep. Bartels’ bill to assist Hoosier landowners

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INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana House of Representatives voted last week unanimously in support of State Rep. Stephen Bartels’ (R-Eckerty) legislation to help Hoosier landowners designate private property boundaries by using purple markings.

Under this legislation, a purple paint perimeter would serve the same purpose as a no trespassing sign. Bartels said there are currently 12 other states with purple paint laws, and three more are considering adopting similar legislation.


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