CAI Georgia Legislative Action Committee

The Georgia Legislative Action Committee (LAC) was formed in 1997 and is a local volunteer committee consisting of homeowners and professionals serving community associations. They advocate in Georgia by identifying community associations issues, monitoring pending legislation and setting legislative priorities. The Committee also build relationships with and educate state legislators, providing invaluable advice when community association issues arise.

The CAI-Georgia LAC Committee was the 2019 LAC Committee of the Year awarded by CAI National!

What does LAC do:

  • A non-profit, statewide committee of the Community Associations Institute (CAI)

  • Educates legislators about HOA, POA, and Condominium living and governance

  • Is not a PAC (Political Action Committee), and makes no direct political contributions

  • Functions solely due to the funds generated by the members of the CAI Georgia Chapter

How Does LAC Accomplish These Goals?

  • Organizes grassroots efforts to work with legislators on items particularly important to community associations

  • Reviews and takes positions on all legislative bills affecting community associations

  • Employs lobbyists to testify at hearings and educate legislators

  • Alerts association managers and board members about important legislation

  • Meets with legislators in their districts to continue education

  • Acts as a resource for legislators when they are considering legislation relevant to community associations

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