Illinois House overrides guv’s roadkill bill veto
The Illinois House of Representatives has voted to override Gov. Pat Quinn’s veto of a measure that would allow citizens with a state furbearers license to pick up roadkilled animals. Action now moves to the Senate, which passed the bill unanimously in May. Quinn said he vetoed the bill because he thought it would put people in harm’s way while attempting to retrieve roadkill. My Stateline.com.