The Arizona House has killed a bill that would have allowed cities to add regulations for short term rental homes, like those available through AirBnB and VRBO. The House rejected the bill on a 35-25 vote yesterday. Had the bill passed and became law it would have limited the number of people who could stay in a home, requiring the use of on-site parking if available. Supporters say the bill is intended to make properties invisible to nearby neighbors so there would be no calls to police. There are two other bills on short-term rentals making their way through the state Senate. One would tax properties at commercial rates and the other adds regulations to companies renting out homes.