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Airbnb just got a big win! Grace Baldridge and Brett Erlich discuss a recent veto from the mayor of San Francisco that helps Airbnb on The Young Turks. Tell us what you think in the comment section below.

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"San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee (D) vetoed a bill Thursday that would have restricted short-term rentals in the city to 60 days a year, notching another win for Airbnb and other home-sharing companies.

The bill, introduced by San Francisco city supervisor London Breed and approved by the board of supervisors in a 7-3 vote last month, would have significantly reduced the number of nights residents can rent out units for short-term use per year. Under existing law, residents can rent short-term units an unlimited number of nights if they plan to live in the home during the rental period. Unhosted rentals, meanwhile, are capped at 90 days a year.

Breed’s bill would have capped all short-term rentals at 60 days annually. If passed, the regulations would have been among the toughest in the country.

In a veto message, Lee expressed concern over the lack of distinction in the bill between hosted and unhosted units."

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45 comments

  1. Posted by omww savage, at Reply

    There goes Soulja Boy’s $6 million penthouse..

  2. Posted by Peter S, at Reply

    I’m a 3rd generation San Franciscan but I left because the rent is beyond
    insane.

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      I think I know a party you can join..

    • Posted by Peter S, at Reply

      Are you talking about the party of room-temperature IQ betas who masturbate
      while their affluenza addled alpha daddy pisses all over them?

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      +Peter S sometimes I do, but not in this case

  3. Posted by Kommentatus Cosades, at Reply

    Just forbid landlords from using it.

    • Posted by Kommentatus Cosades, at Reply

      +Xaro Xhoan Daxos
      law

    • Posted by Jeam, at Reply

      Wolfenstein 4 lyf

  4. Posted by The Progressive Voice, at Reply

    Hi guys, I’m 16, and I produce news content multiple times daily, if you
    could check it out that would be awesome!

    • Posted by stan man, at Reply

      go fk yourself child

    • Posted by Spoder Man, at Reply

      Decrease the surplus population!!

  5. Posted by Bobby Newmark, at Reply

    Most cities across the western world are being rapidly priced beyond the
    reach of anyone who isn’t upper middle-class. I think Air BnB is just a
    symptom of a greater problem.

    • Posted by Daniel V, at Reply

      People are too dumb or too lazy to get a hotel 30-45 minutes outside the
      city for half the price.

  6. Posted by Krisha, at Reply

    Liberals=satanists

    • Posted by Jaison Abraham, at Reply

      rent for 1 bedroom 1 bathroom in upper eastside nyc cost 3600 to 5000 a
      month.

    • Posted by Brian, at Reply

      +Gouky Alt Right? Look out, otherwise you’ll cut me with your edgyness.

    • Posted by Zain Kazmi, at Reply

      Hindu gods are not real.

    • Posted by Gouky, at Reply

      +Brian Doesn’t work

    • Posted by Lord Caelvanir, at Reply

      Gouky You’re the one that’s making claims. Also, enough with the
      collectivist arguments. Most liberals *do* care about terrorism. Where are
      these phantom straw-liberals that you claim don’t care about Muslims?

  7. Posted by Antoinne Skullfield, at Reply

    So the guy on the left chopped off his Penis but still likes chick’s ? Most
    illogical.

    • Posted by John Flannigan, at Reply

      Lol, she has a vagina , and breasts.

    • Posted by darkmantlestudios, at Reply

      Antoinne Skullfield

      she’s not transgender, just gay

  8. Posted by ThePurpleyellowfan, at Reply

    whats the security deposit

  9. Posted by camaro406ss, at Reply

    You guys are missing the point. Its not that locals dont want transients,
    or cities want more control. Its all about affordability for renters.
    Landlords arnt raising their prices to match air bnbs. Landlords who switch
    to air bnb for the extra money they can make limit the pool of rentals
    available making it unaffordable for locals.

    • Posted by Aggiesgigem, at Reply

      Locals need to move. You don’t have a RIGHT to reside in places you can’t
      afford, sorry.

  10. Posted by Laverne Blaszczyk (clichegirl), at Reply

    see, I like hotels

  11. Posted by Khannea Sun Tzu, at Reply

    Cities will have to implement a RB&B tax and funnel that tax in to
    affordable rent controlled housing. That will level the playing field. That
    an unaccountable elite of rich locusts destroys housing prices is
    unacceptable.

  12. Posted by Kareem, at Reply

    TRUMP 2020-3000

    • Posted by thoughtlesskills, at Reply

      Kareembot got a new profile pic?

  13. Posted by Timefliesbye, at Reply

    Yay rent inflation!!!

  14. Posted by arithsem, at Reply

    Black renters and landlords will apparently not be affected by this
    strangely

    • Posted by BROCK BOSS, at Reply

      arithsem Y?

    • Posted by arithsem, at Reply

      airbnb customers and landlords have been known to discriminate against
      black renters and landlords

    • Posted by Nitin Sharma, at Reply

      arithsem unfortunately it will. The rent will go up n we are all screwed

    • Posted by fiveohfivethree, at Reply

      I’m a host in Edinburgh and I can tell you now that anyone who wants to
      book my spare room is allowed to. I do not and will not ever discriminate
      against anyone who wants to visit my city based on race or any other
      reason. Nor would it affect my decision to rent a room on airbnb once I
      start using it when I travel next year.

  15. Posted by ZorroinArkham, at Reply

    TYT pays a lot!

  16. Posted by mike conley, at Reply

    sounds like hotel owners are trying to buy some rules that don’t favor
    airbnb. id like to hear trumps opinion on airbnb . I bet it’d be
    “unpresidented”.

  17. Posted by Archon Heliz, at Reply

    They should limit it. They are messing with lease rates: especially in big
    cities

  18. Posted by John Smith, at Reply

    Just go to an affordable hotel.

    • Posted by laxx1559, at Reply

      affordable is relative

    • Posted by John Smith, at Reply

      laxx1559 That’s why I said “affordable”.

  19. Posted by PaddyCollector, at Reply

    The couple times I stayed at an airbnb I would have just preferred a hotel
    room. Not really any cheaper, not as clean, unbelievably cheap bedding, it
    was not worth it.
    The only way for this trend to reverse is that other shittier cities get
    better. Have better infrastructure and jobs. There is a reason why people
    want to live in new York, and California instead of Iowa and Oklahoma.

    • Posted by Dr0pkidd, at Reply

      PaddyCollector I agree with you. No one wants to live in a city where
      nothing happens and it looks like crap.

  20. Posted by Roguemember, at Reply

    High prices, price out the “undesirables”. Just how Liberals truly want it
    but will never say so publicly. 

    • Posted by Met3lAngel, at Reply

      Roguemember all of a sudden wanting affordable rent is NOT a liberal thing
      now?