Will this lead to a proliferation of billboards Our answer is, it might.
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This is all a very politicized process. They're going to need to go out and shop this measure, and they want to be sure the ballot title is optimal. And they have opponents who want to be sure the ballot title is optimal for their purposes.
At this point, we don't know what the impact will be on federal highway dollars. We don't think that this will mean that billboards can be put up indiscriminately on Oregon's highways, but we are still reviewing this.
With every opinion, it is closing another chapter in the story.
Those are the barriers on both sides. Apart from that, the PUC essentially has complete authority to make (rate) adjustments.
There's 1.8 billion that is apparently at issue here, so this is going to be a matter that we take extremely seriously. It's impossible at this point to predict how long litigation might take.
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