emotional support animals

As the requests rise for an emotional support animals (ESA), so do the voices of the critics.  The New York Times recently published two articles pertaining to college student’s requests for ESAs.  The first article talked about the issues involved in addressing a requests on a college campus, such as balancing the rights of individuals with disabilities with those of individuals fearful of or allergic to animals.  The second article talked about the readership’s response to the first article.  And what a response it is!  Apparently, many people don&rsqu

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