Bill boosts ‘hunting for charity’ program




GREENFIELD — Your freezer at home is packed but you’ve shot one more deer. What can you do?

Donate it to a food bank, lawmakers say.

A bill making its way through the Indiana General Assembly places more money into the state’s Sportsmans Benevolence Fund, an account that has the ability to pay to process meat from hundreds of deer.

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