Lawyer says home-share not dead yet
The city of Chicago can begin to enforce its home-sharing ordinance after a federal judge last week denied a group of plaintiffs’ request for an injunction on the law.The plaintiffs sued the city and moved for the injunction in November, alleging the Shared Housing Ordinance passed in June violates several constitutional protections such as free speech and due process. But U.S. District Judge Sara L. Ellis denied their …
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