HARRISBURG (AP) — Hunting on Sundays in Pennsylvania would be greatly expanded under a proposal that received approval from the state House. Representatives voted 129 to 73 on Thursday to send the bill to the state Senate. It passed over objections about trespassing provisions and new restrictions on hunting in state parks. Supporters say it would help with an exploding deer population that’s causing farmers’ crop losses. The legislation would authorize Sunday hunting for about five years. Current law allows three days of Sunday hunting — a day during rifle deer season, a day during archery deer season and a third day at the Game Commission’s discretion.