Can your Association Prohibit Political Signs in Your Yard?
Few issues elicit as much emotion as politics. Political discussions can turn a family dinner into a shouting match and even drive the best of friends into heated arguments. Adding fuel to the fire is record spending on political advertisements that promise the end of America as we know if the opposing candidate wins. Thus, dealing with political signage in your community is an issue that must be approached with sensitivity especially with election season fast approaching. So as we gear up for November’s elections it may be worthwhile to think about political signs in your neighborhood. Read the article…………..
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