AN ACT TO INCREASE PERMIT FEES FOR OUTDOOR ADVERTISING, TO ESTABLISH A REASONABLE TIMEFRAME FOR MAKING AGENCY DECISIONS REGARDING PERMITS AND APPEALS, TO CLARIFY THE STANDARDS FOR DETERMINING JUST COMPENSATION IN STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMINENT DOMAIN ACTIONS THAT CAUSE THE REMOVAL OF LAWFULLY ERECTED OUTDOOR ADVERTISING, TO CLARIFY PROVISIONS OF THE OUTDOOR ADVERTISING CONTROL ACT, AND TO PROMOTE UNIFORMITY OF REGULATION AND MODERNIZATION OF OUTDOOR ADVERTISING.
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