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New push on for legislation dealing with how developers must pay for roads

An overpass of intersecting highways I-595 and US441 in Broward County from 2008. Photo from FDOT Images Services Office.

When the Legislature passed growth management law changes in 2011, it repealed a state requirement that local governments charge new developments for the cost of needed roadway improvements.

Supporters said the sweeping law changes would return decision-making over growth to the local level where they say it belongs. 

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