"Occupy" your own home: A victory for free speech in New Jersey | NJ.com
"Of the 314,000 such communities in the United States, the overwhelming majority have restrictive covenants in their master deeds that sharply limit the free speech rights of residents in ways which no public government could. For example, unless you live in California, which has a state statute providing otherwise, you are almost certainly prohibited from placing a political sign in the window of your home, just as were the citizens of Ladue until the Supreme Court ruled otherwise.
Now, the New Jersey Supreme Court has stepped in to provide some relief, at least for residents of this state — and maybe offer the road to reform in other states, as well.
In a case involving the Mazdabrook Commons community in Parsippany, the state’s high court ruled that such a prohibition on political signs in a homeowner’s window violated the state constitution."
This is a great op-ed by Frank Askin of Rutgers Law School, who successfully challenged the actions of Mazdabrook Commons before the New Jersey Supreme Court.