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    Short-Term Rental Owners File Lawsuit Over Kansas City’s New Regulations

    Dozens of short-term rental owners and operators are taking Kansas City to court over new regulations that take effect next week. The group says the city is violating their constitutional rights over their properties and contracts with renters. They also say the regulations are discriminatory because there are different rules for properties that have an owner living on site and those that are empty when there aren’t any guests. The lawsuit comes after the Kansas City Council passed two ordinances last month, addressing registration, code violations, and where certain rentals are allowed within the city.

    Fox 4 KC (WDAF) (06/09/23) Makenzie Koch

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