Amateur Radio Parity Act

This is a bill working through congress to give greater rights to have Ham antennas in locations currently resrticted by Home Owner Association (HOA) rules.  It is HR 555 in the House and S. 1534 in the Senate.  Following are some details:

"I am writing to you today because we are at a crossroad in our efforts to obtain passage of The Amateur Radio Parity Act.
Our legislative efforts scored a major victory in our campaign when The Amateur Radio Parity Act, S. 1534 now moves to the Senate, where we need every Senator to approve the bill.  This is the companion Bill to H.R. 555, which passed in the House of Representatives in January.
You are one of over 730,000 licensed Amateur Radio Operators living in the United States.  Many of you already live in deed-restricted communities, and that number grows daily.
•       If you want to have effective outdoor antennas but are not currently allowed to do so by your Home Owner’s Association, SEND THESE EMAILS TODAY!! 
•       If you already have outdoor antennas, but want to support your fellow hams, SEND THESE EMAILS TODAY!!
•       If you want to preserve your ability to install effective outdoor antennas on property that you own, SEND THESE EMAILS TODAY!!
We need you to reach out to your Senators TODAY!  Right away.  Please go to this linked website and follow the prompts:  SEND AN EMAIL/LETTER EASILY AT THIS LINK!   
Based on feedback I’ve received, it seems to me that some members still don’t fully understand certain features of the Amateur Radio Parity Act (ARPA) and what it is meant to do. To make things clearer, we have developed an FAQ in the format of questions and answers. Please take a few minutes and read the FAQ to learn more about the ARPA.  Here is the direct link:

Here is another link with additional information:

Thanks. Let’s keep the effort moving!

Rick - K5UR
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Rick Roderick, K5UR
ARRL - The national association for Amateur Radio®