Montana is considering a road kill for meat bill that would allow permits to be issued to people so they can pick-up dead animals that are on the side of the road.  The bill will only allow animals like elk, antelope and moose to be taken, not small game animals. Montana’s House of Representatives passed the bill by a 95 to 3 vote, the Senate will vote on the measure this Wednesday. In the end, it would be the up to the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks to regulate how and which road-kill animals could be salvaged.