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    Las Vegas Short-Term Rental Group Appeals Ruling to Supreme Court

    The Greater Las Vegas Short-Term Rental Association wants the Supreme Court to rule on the constitutionality of short-term rental regulations in Clark County, Nev. The association has been fighting a county ordinance to license, regulate, and enforce violations of short-term rentals through a lawsuit filed in August. Last month, a District Court judge issued a preliminary injunction finding that portions of the ordinance are unconstitutional. Still, the group appealed to the Supreme Court because the court did not address the entirety of its claims, according to Jacqueline Flores, president and director of the association. She said the association is particularly concerned with the ordinance’s lottery system to choose license recipients and distance requirements between short-term rentals and hotels.

    Las Vegas Review-Journal (03/17/23) Katelyn Newberg

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