Lawmaker says road-kill law doesn’t pass ‘smell test.’

Opponents question whether the meat would be safe and whether it would create liability issues for food banks that accept it. Sen. Kendall Van Dyk, D-Billings, said law-enforcement officers are not qualified to decide whether roadkill is safe to eat. “Despite its good intention, it doesnt pass the smell test for me,” Van Dyke said.

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