Concerns Raised About California's Proposed 'Kill It And Grill It' LawCalifornia's "Kill It and Grill It" legislation unanimously passed its first committee hearing on its way to becoming law; however, a number of changes to the bill were suggested, including making the roadkill program a pilot project instead of permanent law.
Kill It And Grill It? Roadkill Could Become Legal To EatState Senator Bob Archuleta introduced a so-called "you kill it, you grill it" bill at the Capitol this week.
Worst Roadkill Areas In Sacramento RegionLooking to avoid roadkill in the Sacramento area? Data collected by the UC Davis California Roadkill Observation System can help with just that.
Will Californians Eat Roadkill For Dinner?Senate Bill 395 would require the Department of Fish and Wildlife to make free permits available to people who accidentally kill deer, elk, antelope, or wild pigs on California roads.