Days before the end of the current congressional session, Congressman Bill Johnson (OH-6) introduced a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives (H.R. 9670) to eliminate private land use restrictions that prohibit, restrict, or impair the ability of an Amateur Radio Operator from operating and installing amateur station antennas on property subject to the control of the Amateur Radio Operator.
Unfortunately due to the timing of the introduction of this minor piece of legislation there is little chance of its consideration during the current congressional session.
Read the Rep. Bill Johnson Introduces Bill to Eliminate Private Land Use Restrictions on Amateur Radio ARRL News article for background and commentary on this piece of legislation.
The full text of the bill (PDF) has been published by ARRL.
Discussion of this bill is occuring in the Amateur Radio subreddit and in many other online fora.