• Editorial: Gouging? Really?

    11 monthes ago - By Boston Herald

    In the 122-year history of the Boston Marathon runners and spectators have somehow managed to find a place to rest their weary heads - yes, even before AirBnb. The fact that some home- owners list their properties for sky-high prices during Marathon week doesn't mean the home- owners or the site are guilty of “price-gouging” that must be regulated out of existence. There is no constitutional right to cheap lodging in this country - particularly at a busy time of year. Ever try to rent a hotel room in New York City during the Christmas holidays?
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