Condo Associations, Pet Restrictions, and the U.S. Constitution

MLS:  “Pets – Cats Allowed; Pets – Number Limit” As you may (or likely may not) remember from high school civics, the U.S. Constitution provides that any powers not expressly granted to the federal government are reserved to the states. When it comes to pet restrictions, condo associations are the same way. Not Expressly Allowed = Forbidden...
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When “Sunlight” Doesn’t Work

“Sunlight is the best disinfectant.” –Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis With the Supreme Court’s holding in McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, No. 12-536 this week, apparently we are well on the way towards no limits on campaign contributions, by any entities, for any office. Yippee! As deplorable as that development is, it’s aggravated by ever-murkier disclosure...
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