Good News. SB 395


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Sep 26, 2018
Senate Bill 395 authorizes the creation of a pilot program in California, wherein the state will designate, no later than Jan. 1, 2022, up to three regions “having high wildlife vehicle collisions” as being valid locations where drivers may salvage the meat of certain animals killed as a result of collision.


New Member
Jan 20, 2014
"Certain animals" being Deer, Elk, Pronghorn, and Wild Pig.

(a) (1) Consistent with Section 91.8 of the Streets and Highways Code, the commission may establish a pilot program for the issuance of wildlife salvage permits through a user-friendly and cell-phone-friendly web-based portal to persons desiring to recover, possess, use, or transport, for purposes of salvaging wild game meat for human consumption of, any deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, or wild pig that has been accidentally killed as a result of a vehicle collision on a roadway within California. This permitting process shall be available at no cost to the public."

I like the emphasis on a cell phone based portal, and the no cost portion.
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