Assembly Judiciary Committee Approves Wieckowski Bill (CA)

A bill to clarify that the political speech rights of residents in common interest developments cannot be infringed upon by homeowner association (HOA) boards unanimously passed the Assembly Judiciary Committee this morning. SB 407, authored by Sen. Bob Wieckowski (D-Fremont) now heads to the Assembly floor.   Read the article……………


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