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News Update: Mayor Garcetti Will Not Enforce Restrictive Ordinances on Los Angeles's Homeless Residents

Eric Garcetti addresses a crowd with Amy Elaine Wakeland at the Los Angeles Missions’s Annual Thanksgiving for the Homeless

As the last night of June 2015 drew to a close, Mayor Eric Garcetti revoked his support for the new ordinances (passed by the Los Angeles City Council last week) that would criminalize people experiencing homelessness and trample on their property rights.   240 more words


America's First Wave of Women's Rights Activists

Near life-size figures of the first wave of the women’s rights activists in the United States.

On Sunday, since it was raining in  Central New York, we drove to Seneca Falls to visit the Women’s Rights National Historical Park.   239 more words

You need to know - What is a tenancy at sufferance?

A tenancy at sufferance is a nonfreehold estate where the tenant has possession of the property with no agreement with the landlord

A common example of a tenancy at sufferance is where a tenant remains in possession of the property after a lease has expired… 34 more words


Will electronic voting help create democratic elections in Homeowners Associations?

by Deborah Goonan

Florida recently enacted legislation allowing for electronic voting in Association Governed Communities. Proponents of the bill opined that electronic voting will increase voter participation in Association elections, and increase the odds of meeting quorum requirements. 295 more words

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The "Gun Problem" in Charleston

By Patriot Post Staff

A white sociopathic racist murdered nine black victims who were attending a Wednesday night prayer service in Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. 230 more words


Well-Kept Lantana community a gem without an HOA

Originally posted by Laura Mize on June 27, 2015 (Special to the Palm Beach Post)

Newsflash — you don’t need a homeowners’ association to have a desirable, affordable, attractive neighborhood. 86 more words

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Raisin Farmers, Homeowners Associations & The Supreme Court

by Deborah Goonan
When I read Evan Bernick’s (Assistant Director at the Institute for Justice) summary of the latest Supreme Court decision involving property rights of raisin farmers, I was taken aback by the parallels to a decades-long battle to protect property rights of homeowners in private, mandatory Homeowners Associations. 217 more words

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