Farming groups told lawmakers Wednesday they need legal protection from people who shoot photos and videos of their private operations.
Those who don’t like the so-called ag-gag proposals say they are unnecessary and could violate constitutional rights to free speech.
The Indiana House Speaker killed the bill in the last session.
Lawmakers instead sent the proposal to the study committee for more deliberation.
Those who are for the law testify that it stops those who trespass from painting a false picture.
After going through the study committee the proposal could come back in the next session.