Indiana Arguing Over Deer Population

Deer continue to run rampid across the Hoosier State, but their is some argument when it comes to dealing with the over population. A proposal that would allow Indiana hunters to use high-powered rifles for deer hunting has divided the state's more than 260,000 deer hunters. Supporters of the proposal say the high-powered rifles are safe, and would give hunters more tools to choose from.  Other hunters oppose using guns that can fire a bullet that can travel a longer distance, arguing that high-powered rifles would later hurt the deer population in the long run, rather than deal with the issues of over population.