Lawmakers in the D.C. region have offered proposals to tighten requirements on short-term rental services like Airbnb. Proponents say they’re necessary to protect the availability of affordable housing in the area. We explore where the regulatory landscape is headed in localities in our region, and its effects on our local economy.

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  • Kenyan McDuffie Member, D.C. Council (D- Ward 5)
  • Will Burns Public Policy Director, Airbnb
  • Kanita Williams Host, Airbnb

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