Wisconsin Holds Airbnb Accountable

by Erika Boyce | Sep 26, 2017
Wisconsin AAHOA members know that when all lodging businesses play by the same set of rules, competition thrives. This year, Gov. Scott Walker's budget included a provision that provided a level playing field with all lodging businesses, including short-term rentals such as Airbnb. The provision clarifies the need for commercial home rentals to provide safe lodging to guests and pay the same taxes as others renting accommodations to the public. Thanks to the advocacy efforts of Wisconsin hoteliers, Gov. Walker signed the short-term rental budget provision into law.

Read more at the Milwaukee Journal.


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