Legislative leaders weigh next steps following McKee’s veto of short-term rental registry

A recent screen shot of Airbnb rentals, per night, in Newport./COURTESY AIRBNB.
PROVIDENCE — Rhode Island legislative leaders are weighing their options, following a veto by Gov. Daniel J. McKee of legislation that would create a state registry of short-term rentals featured on web platforms, such as Airbnb. The veto, issued late Thursday, applied to a bill that was sponsored by Sen. Dawn Euer, D-Newport, and supported…

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