Community Association Institute (CAI) Joins Forces with the Community Association Network (CAN) in the Fight against taxing homeowners. Vote No HB 203/SB 722.
CAI is an international organization with more than 33,000 members and 60 chapters. CAI asked to join forces with CAN and place its considerable weight behind CAN’s Petition.
“CAI’s Florida Legislative Alliance has been advocating for strong public policy in Florida’s communities for decades and this partnership is part of our grassroots advocacy efforts to educate legislators on the negative implications HB 203 and SB 722 would have on the 9 million residents living in Florida condominiums and homeowners associations,” said Dawn Bauman, Senior Vice President, Government and Public Affairs, Community Association Institute, “We recognized the incredible tool CAN created in the Petition campaign and we knew collaborating would be an excellent complement to our advocacy efforts.”
In 2015, CAN wrangled and convinced the disparate coalition groups, representing community associations and leaders to form one unified voice. CAN then coordinated a monumental email and relentless grassroots campaign educating Legislators and the 9 million Floridians owning property in Florida’s community associations. It worked last year but the bad bills are back again.
CAI’s Partnership with CAN ensures one unified community Association voice in Tallahassee.
Please go to the “Vote NO on HB 203 and SB 722″ Petition, to help us stop this bill.
Thank you for helping CAN, your neighborhoods and homeownership.