BISMARCK, ND- The property rights and hunting bill is heading to the house today.
This bill would implement a database identifying whether land is open to hunters through a color scheme.
Green means hunting is available, yellow indicates you need to ask the property owner or manager for permission, and red signifies the land is closed for hunting.
If landowners don't post their land on the data base, it will be green on the map.
Senate bill 2316 is scheduled for 8:30 this morning.
Later, house bill 1332 would dedicate an armed first responder in schools.
House bill 1332 says the plan must be approved by law enforcement and the local school boards. School districts also have the ability to withdraw from the plan at any time.
That bill is scheduled for 2:30 this afternoon.