Ham Radio Antennas – Associations Have to Allow Them, But Have Some Control

During the 2015-2016 federal legislative season, the Ham Radio lobby introduced H.R. 1301, a bill which seeks to prohibit associations from banning Ham Radio antennas in their communities. As originally proposed HR 1301 was detrimental to an association’s control over aesthetics, placement and prior approval with respect to Ham Radio antennas. In response to the bill, the Federal Legislative Action Committee of the Community Association Institute (“CAI”) spent countless months working with the House to create a revised version of H.R. 1301.    Read the article……………


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