Mid-Year Federal Policy Update

CAI's Federal Legislation Action Committee has been hard at work monitoring any legislation that has been introduced that might affect community associations across the country. Here is a helpful summary of the introduced legislation along with the efforts the LAC has undertaken to advocate on behalf of its members.

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Announcing Social Media Training Sessions

Learn how to use social media for effective business & community communication. In these two sessions, we’ll train attendees on which platforms are effective, how to approach content management, and important considerations for strategy, growth, and the tools to measure it all.

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CAI supports 5G Deployment in Community Association

CAI recently published a letter to the FCC in response to a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking supporting the FCC’s efforts to deploy 5G technology. Recognizing that homeowners want the next generation of broadband internet services, CAI has thrown its support behind installation of the necessary technology in community association.

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HB 19-1212 Vetoed

Gov. Polis vetoed his first bills since taking office, that included HB 19-1212, which would have recreated the community association manger licensing program. In justifying his veto, Gov. Polis noted that he did not believe HB 19-1212 was adequately to determine that recreating the program would ensure consumer safety in a cost-efficient manner. Further …

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Emotional Support Animals

“The rise of emotional support animals has created confusion among community associations on whether pet restrictions in the covenants or rules and regulations are enforceable. Further, this confusion is exacerbated by fraudulent claims by homeowners that pets are emotional support animals to skirt those very same restrictions. CAI has requested that HUD clarify the rules and regulations of emotional support animals under the FHA.”

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Three Factors for Homeowner Associations

What do drones, copyrights and mold have in common?

… These are some of the emerging trends that homeowner associations are — or will be — facing in the coming years. They all affect the financial well-being and the investments of property owners.

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Condo Association, Religious Practices & Federal Court

A New Jersey Condominium Association segregated its swimming pool schedule by gender in an attempt to assuage many of the association’s Orthodox Jewish residents  who are religiously prohibited from swimming with members of the opposite gender. Read about the federal court’s decision.

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