A Lake Area Representative’s bill regarding American Indian art is working its way through the House. Representative Rocky Miller is sponsoring House Bill 350 which proposes the prohibition of selling goods considered Native American made unless those goods are made by citizens or members of federally recognized tribes. The goal is to cut down on the sale of imitation Native American art. Violators of the proposal would be required to pay up to a $200 fine and spend 90 days in prison. The bill was referred to the Rules Committee for Administrative Oversight on Thursday.