Patricia Marx

New Yorker

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Staff writer for the New Yorker and teacher at the 92nd Street Y

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'Let’s Be Less Stupid'

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The use of service animals is protected by federal law. But what about emotional support animals? Why is it that you can take an Alpaca with you to a museum as a treatment for anxiety?

The Dubious Rise of Emotional Support Animals

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