CAI Legislative Action Committees (LACs) monitor state legislation, educate lawmakers, and protect the interests of those living and working in community associations. Each committee is comprised of homeowner leaders, community managers, and representatives from community association business partners who graciously volunteer their time.

CAI’s LACs are hosting lobby and fly-in days with their state legislators. We provided updates on CAI State Advocacy Days in Florida, Illinois, Michigan, Missouri, Oregon, Tennessee, and Virginia in an earlier blog post.

Here’s a roundup of recent activities since our last update:


CAI’s California Legislative Action Committee (CLAC) held its annual advocacy week April 2-4, in person in Sacramento and virtually. Dozens of members of CAI’s California chapters spent three days meeting with more than 90 legislators, educating them on our positions and seeking support for specific bills, and networking with their industry peers. During an opening session, the CLAC presented their Legislator of the Year awards to Assembly Member, Avelino Valencia and Assembly Member, Tri Ta, who were very supportive of CAI-CLAC and the HOA industry.

CLAC spent their meetings with legislators, expressing their support for legislation they have sponsored this year that would allow civil engineers to be authorized professionals who can inspect load bearing components and waterproofing systems in community associations, as well as legislation authorizing community associations to conduct elections using electronic voting systems.


On April 30, almost 20 of CAI’s Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee (PA-LAC) members and advocates met in Harrisburg for the annual 2024 PA LAC Advocacy Summit. PA-LAC and advocates met with more than 30 legislators and their staff to promote 2024 legislative priorities and educate lawmakers on the community association housing model. Those priorities include increasing transparency to access to association data and tax equity for community association homeowners.

Thank you to every CAI volunteer member who took the time to participate in these important conversations with their state legislators. CAI’s advocacy efforts would not be successful without these individuals’ time and dedication.

Support these efforts today! As 2024 state legislative sessions continue, several other CAI LACs are advocating on behalf of community associations in their state capitols. Individual and corporate donations are allowed and greatly appreciated. Donate or learn more about your CAI state LAC, here.

Click here for current legislation, tracked, and addressed by CAI’s LACs across the country.


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