The Castle Doctrine Bill could use some additional modifications to be more like the Utah Castle Doctrine Law.
1) Castle Doctrine extends to your motor vehicle. A person can carry a firearm, loaded or unloaded, open or concealed, without need of a Concealed Firearm Permit. A person attempting to enter said occupied motor vehicle without permission is assumed to do so for the purpose of commission of a forcible felony (to rape, pillage or plunder) and deadly force is justified to prevent such criminal activity (occupied vehicles only).
2) A person who enters a residence, or attempts to enter a residence, in a violent or surreptitious manner, is assumed to be in said home for the purpose of a forcible felony (translation: He/She is there to commit bodily harm to you and all of your family and/or rape, pillage, and plunder) and the use of deadly force is justified to prevent such forcible felony.
3) A residence is where you commence life's activities. Thus, it may be a home, apartment, condominium, RV, tent, or even a cardboard box if that is where you sleep at night.