Indiana will lift its ban on throwing stars this summer.
Effective July 1, Senate Enrolled Act 77 will regulate throwing stars the same way as other knife-like weapons. A ban from school property is included.
At first, legislation was to limit throwing stars to recreational businesses until Indiana House lawmakers broadened the bill.Under Senate Enrolled Act 77, Indiana will regulate throwing stars the same way as any other knife-like weapon, which includes a ban on school property.
State Senator Linda Rogers (R-Granger), pushed for the legislation, and approved of the final version.