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  • Gold River couple resists homeowners association request to move political signs

    A letter from the homeowners association to which they belong in their Gold River neighborhood infringes on Bill and Diane Durston's right to free speech, they say. The letter asks the Durstons to move signs they have posted to a less-visible part of their yard.

A letter from the homeowners association to which they belong in their Gold River neighborhood infringes on Bill and Diane Durston's right to free speech, they say. The letter asks the Durstons to move signs they have posted to a less-visible part of their yard. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee
A letter from the homeowners association to which they belong in their Gold River neighborhood infringes on Bill and Diane Durston's right to free speech, they say. The letter asks the Durstons to move signs they have posted to a less-visible part of their yard. Randall Benton The Sacramento Bee

They responded to Trump with a lawn sign. Then came an HOA letter.

August 03, 2017 3:50 AM

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