Congressman Ed Case of Hawaii has drawn up legislation to amend the Communication Decency Act (CDA) Section 230. This section “shields online intermediaries (“interactive computer service providers,” a very broad sector of actors) from being treated, under law, as the publisher or speaker of content
How to use VRMA advocacy tools when regulations arise
It certainly is no surprise nowadays to see a local vacation rental ordinance appear on the city council’s meeting agenda. As vacation rentals have gained popularity, so has the number of regulations and mixed feelings towards them.
On July 1, Governor Roy Cooper signed S.483, "Vacation Rental Act Changes”. The efforts of the North Carolina VRMA and the North Carolina Realtors, along with a group of VRMA stakeholders helped propel this bill to passage.
Trisha Howarth, the North Carolina VRMA President stated, “While Senate Bil
Rental managers are employers – and they contract out to other employers. Add to that how properties bring a steady stream of customers to yet more local employers.
The nature of preemption laws: What they do, why they get support, what is the push-back and how they succeed in legislatures.