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2020 Arizona Legislative Session

/ Owner - January 13, 2020

On Monday, January 13th, the Arizona Legislature’s 2020 session begins. One topic that’s guaranteed to be on the legislature’s agenda is short-term rentals. After signing a May 2019 law that regulated “party house” rentals through sites such as Airbnb and VRBO, Governor Ducey signaled in August that the law would likely be revisited in the next legislative session. State lawmakers have been under pressure from community members across Arizona who claim that the proliferation of short-term rentals has brought disruption to their formerly peaceful neighborhoods, and in some areas has driven up housing costs and exacerbated housing shortages. Even before the gavel has dropped on the new legislative session, a bill has been introduced on this hot topic: H.B. 2001, if passed, would restore the ability of cities and towns to restrict or prohibit short-term rentals.    Read the article…………………………..

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