N.J. Supreme Court: Homeowners group can't order resident to remove political signs | NJ.com: PARSIPPANY —Wasim Khan, a frequent Democratic candidate in Republican Morris County, hasn’t won any elections, but Wednesday he scored a big victory in the state Supreme Court.
The court ruled 5-1 that the homeowners’ association at his Parsippany townhouse complex violated his free-speech rights when it ordered him to remove campaign signs from his window and door during his run for township council in 2005.
"It’s a great victory for free speech," Khan said. "I’m so proud of our Supreme Court and our state. It’s incredible."