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    Clark County’s Short-Term Rental Laws Challenged as Unconstitutional

    A non-profit legal group is challenging the constitutionality of Clark County’s (Nev.) laws on short-term rentals. “The government has no business telling people what they can do in their homes as long as they are not making too much noise or causing a traffic problem,” said Timothy Sandefur, vice president for legal affairs at the Goldwater Institute. “The property owner and the people that rent the property are subjected to really outrageous restrictions.” The Goldwater Institute and the Liberty Justice Center filed a brief in Nevada Supreme Court on September 12 on behalf of property owners who rent their houses to earn income.

    Fox 5 KVVU-TV (NV) (09/14/23) Kim Passoth

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