City lawmakers heard testimonies from locals Tuesday about whether L.A. residents should be allowed to temporarily rent out their homes, through such services as Airbnb, even if they are not their primary residences, the Los Angeles Times reports. Some city officials are concerned about those renting out houses or apartment buildings continually, which they say takes much-needed rental units off the market. Councilman Mike Bonin hopes legislation might be drafted by October.
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