The Senate and House have passed differing versions of a bill legalizing Sunday hunting for the first time since the 1930s in Pennsylvania. SB 147 could come up for a final vote in the Senate this month. The bill initially calls for three days of Sunday hunting, with specific restrictions on trespassing on private land without written permission. Bow hunting season is already open, with the buck season opening day for rifle coming in the next couple weeks. To discuss the latest news from the PA Game Commission is Bryan Burhans, Executive Director of the PA Game Commission.