BREAKING: Beacon Wins Airbnb Lawsuit Against City of Nashville
Today, the Beacon Center scored a huge victory when it won the very first lawsuit filed by its Legal Foundation. The judge ruled that the city of Nashville’s Airbnb law is unconstitutional. This lawsuit, challenging Airbnb regulations, was the first of its kind anywhere in the nation.
The Beacon Legal Foundation filed the suit last year on behalf of Nashville homeowners P.J. and Rachel Anderson
We are ecstatic about today’s ruling by Judge Kelvin Jones. It was a huge victory for homeowners in Nashville and across the state. Not only does the ruling show that the Nashville City Council completely disregarded the state Constitution when it passed this law, but it also sends a loud and clear message to cities across the state when it comes to restricting homeowners’ rights in the new economy.
This is an enormous first victory for the Beacon Legal Foundation. Today’s ruling shows that we will be a force to be reckoned with as we continue to protect the rights of all Tennesseans against overreaching state and local governments.
Today was a great day for the Anderson family, Beacon Legal Foundation, homeowners, and most importantly the Constitution.