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After a seven-hour debate on strategies for regulating short-term rentals in San Francisco, the Board of Supervisors Land Use and Economic Development Committee postponed a vote on the law for another two weeks. The legislation focuses on legalizing Airbnb and similar services for tenants in multi-unit buildings who live in their units most of the time, at least 275 days per year. Yesterday's powwow raised questions about liability insurance, and supervisors added a requirement to alert landlords if a tenant signs up to use the service. [SF Examiner]