HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) – Legislation to allow Sunday hunting with a landowner’s written permission three days a year in Pennsylvania is getting some minor changes ahead of a final vote in the state House.

Representatives voted overwhelmingly Monday to waive trespassing violations for unarmed people who enter posted property solely to retrieve a hunting dog, to let local police help the Game Commission enforce trespassing rules and to push back the law’s effective date by three months.

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Leaders say a final vote to send it back to the Senate is likely to occur Tuesday.

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The bill would allow Sunday hunting one day during rifle deer season, one during statewide archery deer season and a third day the Game Commission would select.

It also would make it easier for wardens to enforce the anti-trespassing law.

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