In California, a law passed on January 1 protects renters from losing their right to “bear sign.”  The law prohibits landlords and property managers from banning campaign signs– including signs for political issues that are up for public vote.  In multi-family dwellings, signs can hang from windows and doors, while they can be posted in lawns, windows, and doors in single family dwellings. Landlords are allowed to limit the size of the sign and the time frame that it is up.  Is this a good thing for tenants rights, or will it place the property owner in a tight position of his or her’s tenants’ views offend others?