HOA residents’ political speech rights get state protections (CA)

Legislation to protect the political speech rights of residents living in one of California’s more than 52,000 common interest developments (commonly called homeowners associations or HOAs) is now the law in California.  “For too long homeowner association boards have infringed upon the rights of residents to engage in the political process by preventing them from exercising basic rights that the rest of us might take for granted,” says the legislation’s author, state Sen. Bob Wieckowski, D-Fremont, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee.     Read the article……………

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