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    Effort to Regulate Short-Term Rentals in Arizona Will Resume

    Stakeholders and lawmakers in Arizona say that they will renew efforts in the next legislative session to increase municipalities’ ability to restrict short-term rentals (STRs). At the recent League of Arizona Cities and Towns’ annual conference, Scottsdale put forward a proposal in the league’s resolutions committee to limit STRs. The measure passed unanimously with support from the other cities. Rep. Selina Bliss (R-Prescott) ran a bill last session that would do something similar, but it never made it to a committee hearing. Bliss said she will bring the bill back next year, possibly with some new language, and will have bipartisan support.

    Arizona Capitol Times (08/31/23) Camryn Sanchez

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