But in the shadow of the big issues, plenty of other legislation sprouts. Here's a sample of some of the lesser-known bills introduced this session.House Bill 1285 would require state regulators to write rules for the use of “alkaline hydrolysis” as a means of disposing of human remains. This process is promoted by some as a more ecologically sensitive alternative to cremation. Sponsors: Vanessa Summers, D-Indianapolis, and Jeff Thompson, R-Lizton. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 199 would repeal a prohibition on the use of silencers while hunting. However, using a silencer to kill deer or wild turkey would become a Class C misdemeanor under certain circumstances. It also makes using a silencer while hunting on private land without the owner's permission a Class B misdemeanor. Sponsor: Travis Holdman, R-Markle. To view this bill, click here.House Bill 1075 would void a “provision in the administrative code that defines a 'wild hog' as having skeletal characteristics indicative of a hog of wild or Eurasian origin.” Sponsor: David Ober, R-Albion. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 610 would allow people to get unpasteurized milk from animals they own or which they own a share of. It also would allow them to serve or distribute that milk to members of their family or nonpaying guests. Sponsors: Jim Banks, R-Columbia City, and John Waterman, R-Shelburn. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 104 would allow managers of public-use airports to chase or kill at any time, without a hunting license, a wild animal that is on an airport property containing a runway or apron. Sponsor: Brent Steele, R-Bedford. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 181 would remove a provision in state law that makes it a Class B misdemeanor to make, possess or sell switchblades. Sponsors: Jim Tomes, R-Wadesville, and Johnny Nugent, R-Lawrenceburg. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 462 would make the fourth Saturday of July “National Day of the Cowboy and Cowgirl” in Indiana. Striking a cultural balance, it would make the third weekend of May “the First People's Celebration Weekend in Indiana in observance of the Corn Planting Moon Ceremony.” Sponsor: John Waterman, R-Shelburn. To view this bill, click here.Senate Joint Resolution 7 would amend the Indiana Constitution to include a constitutional right to hunt and fish. Sponsor: Brent Steele, R-Bedford. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 50 would appropriate $500,000 from the state's general fund to the Civil War flags fund to be used by the Indiana war memorials commission to restore and preserve Civil War flags. Sponsor: Allen Paul, R-Richmond. To view this bill, click here.Senate Bill 120 would require elementary schools to teach cursive writing. Sponsors: Jean Leising, R-Oldenburg, Mike Delph, R-Carmel, and Vaneta Becker, R-Evansville. To view this bill, click here.House Bill 1122 would require coffin distributors to mark each coffin with its country of origin. Sponsor: Dick Hamm, R-Richmond. To view this bill, click here.