March 7, 2016
When a group of state lawmakers went looking for a place to stay in Richmond for the 2016 legislative session, they decided to try something new. And not strictly legal. For at least three members of the House of Delegates, Airbnb has been more than just a difficult agenda item for the legislative session. The online lodging platform also served as a viable alternative to the downtown hotels, condos and corporate housing lawmakers typically inhabit during their part-time work at the Capitol….