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Overrun by tourists, American cities are taking aim at hotels

9 mins | Oct 24, 2019
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Like Venice and Barcelona, some of America’s small historic cities are also starting to buckle. Places such as Charleston, S.C., and Portland, Maine, are starting to feel pressure after a decade-long boom in tourism. Now, locals are directing their anger at hoteliers. Michael Sasso writing in Bloomberg Businessweek explains.
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