Unions looking to regulate or even stop homesharing services in Los Angeles may be staring with trepidation at what happened in San Francisco, the Los Angeles Times reports. Organized labor there spent a good deal of effort and several hundred thousand dollars to support a limit on homesharing, but it was crushed by Airbnb, which spent more than $8 million.
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