If you live in Montana and need a bite to eat, it may soon be possible to literally scrape up some chow from the highway. And I’m not talking about wild mushrooms. Montana legislators are voting on a bill that could legalize usage of elk, deer, antelope and moose carcasses for food. The road kill bill, one vote away from going to Governor Steve Bullock to sign and become law, would allow law enforcement to assign permits allowing people to remove the dead animal for food But as to whether the measure would create a new weapon for hunters — the car — Montana Senator Jent said he doesn’t see that as plausible. ”
Jent added though, he has never been good at predicting the unintended consequences.
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