Last week I mentioned that the Senate here in Tennessee had considered an amendment to the short terminal bill but at the time I did not have access to the amendment because it had not yet been posted online. The amendment is now posted and is worth a look. It is less broad than the original legislation. Take a look at it here.
In general, the amendment looks to keep existing short-term rental properties but allow local governments to control and regulate short-term rentals in the future. Originally, the legislation appeared to take virtually all control of short-term rentals from local governments, but it would appear, given the language of the second amendment to the bill, that there weren't enough votes for that broad-based regulation, and so instead, the bill is amended simply protects existing short-term rental properties.
If you work in this area, it's certainly worth a look.