PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona House has rejected a proposal that would have allowed cities to add some regulations for short term rental homes like those available through vacation rental sites Airbnb and VRBO.
The House rejected the measure from Republican Rep. John Kavanagh on a 35-25 vote Thursday. Gov. Doug Ducey pushed a law in 2016 that forbid cities from regulating vacation rentals.
The bill was prompted by complaints across the state over short-term rental properties turning into party homes.
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