Did Gov. Ducey flip-flop on Arizona HOA regulations?

In late March, Gov. Doug Ducey vetoed a bill regulating homeowner associations. He said the state shouldn’t get involved in how HOAs vote.  But a month later, he signed another bill that regulates HOA meetings.  Rep. Ken Clark, D-Phoenix, sponsor of the bill vetoed in March, is crying foul.  “You need to look at the larger picture,” Clark said, noting the Republican governor has signed three other HOA-related bills in the past two years.    Read the article………….


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