Condo association reverses policy that barred unmarried couples

08/27/2013 | Sarasota Herald-Tribune (Fla.)

A condo community in Venice, Fla., that faced national scrutiny after it was accused of discriminating against gay couples has restructured its amendments. Casa Di Amici Condominium Association's previous bylaws forbade any units to be sold or leased to unmarried couples; they have been changed to allow gay couples and unmarried heterosexual partners. Board members said it was a misunderstanding and it was never the board's intention to discriminate against anyone.

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