Airbnb ordinance gets tweaked, but opponents vow to keep legal fight
The Chicago City Council has removed provisions from its home-share ordinance that subjected property owners to random unit searches and information inspections, but residents suing the city over the ordinance say it could do more to address constitutional concerns that remain.The 58-page Shared Housing Ordinance, passed last June, affects Chicago property owners who use online platforms such as Airbnb to rent sleeping space …
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