Deer & Deer Hunting

FOOD STAMPS OK, BUT COLLECTING ROADKILL MIGHT GET YOU JAIL TIME IN THIS CRAZY STATE

About 4.1 million Californians (from 2.0 million households) are enrolled in some form of food-assistance program. Yet, if they stopped to pick up a road-killed deer, they would face massive fines and potential jail time.

Californians may have heard about a new state law that allows residents to collect/possess roadkill animals beginning Jan. 1, but state officials say that’s

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