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    Arizona Must Roll Back Ban on Regulating Short-Term Rentals, Gov. Hobbs Says

    State lawmakers must revisit the 2016 law in which they stripped cities of their authority to regulate vacation rentals, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs said in an interview about legislative priorities, citing a lack of affordable rentals for residents in cities like Sedona. Asked whether communities should be able to outlaw vacation rentals entirely, Hobbs responded, “I don’t have an answer for that.” She added, "If you go across the state, there’s different issues, that short-term rentals affect different communities in different ways. I think that cities should be able to regulate them in the way that best works for them.’’

    Arizona Daily Star (08/06/23) Howard Fischer

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