California Legislative Action Committee

Legislative Action

Common Interest Development law is a hot topic in Sacramento, as it affects some of California’s most abundant and valuable assets: homes and homeowners.  The California Legislative Action Committee, CLAC for short, is an advocacy committee of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) dedicated to monitoring legislation, educating elected state lawmakers, and protecting the interests of those living in community associations.  As described on its website, CAI‑CLAC serves the educational, business and networking needs of community associations in the state of California.  Members include condominiums, cooperatives and homeowners associations, as well as those who provide services and products to associations.

CAI-CLAC is a non‑profit, nonpartisan committee of volunteers comprised of two delegates and one liaison from each California chapter of the CAI.  It represents some nine million home and property owners in more than 37,000 associations throughout California.  It is not a political action committee and makes no financial contributions.  CAI-CLAC depends solely on the donations of the community associations and professionals in the common interest development industry.  The committee retains a professional advocate and common interest development activist, Skip Daum of Capitol Communications Group located in Sacramento.

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