Early voting begins Monday in San Francisco. One issue that's likely to drive people to the polls is Proposition F, which would impose restrictions on Airbnb and similar vacation rental sites. Prop. F would limit private rentals to 75 nights per year and require hosts to file quarterly reports with the city. Proponents say the regulations are needed to protect the city's limited housing stock, while opponents say the initiative compromises privacy and encourages lawsuits between neighbors.
San Francisco's Prop. F Would Mean New Restrictions for Airbnb
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David Campos, supervisor, San Francisco Board of Supervisors for District 9; spokesperson for Proposition F
Patrick Hannan, campaign manager, No on Prop. F