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Bill would restrict neighborhood ‘party house’ rentals

In this file photo, Gov. Doug Ducey talks after signing legislation stripping the right of cities to regulate vacation rentals back in June 2016. The law overruled any existing or future city ordinances that limit short-term rentals, leaving cities with the power to regulate only things like noise and parking rules. Now lawmakers are moving to curb some of the abuses that were created when they agreed three years ago to let people rent out their own homes for overnight guests. HB 2672 would prohibit homeowners from allowing properties to be used for special events. (Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services file)

In this file photo, Gov. Doug Ducey talks after signing legislation stripping the right of cities to regulate vacation rentals back in June 2016. The law overruled any existing or future city ordinances that limit short-term rentals, leaving cities with the power to regulate only things like noise and parking rules. Now lawmakers are moving to curb some of the abuses that were created when they agreed three years ago to let people rent out their own homes for overnight guests. HB 2672 would prohibit homeowners from allowing properties to be used for special events. (Howard Fischer/Capitol Media Services file)

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