Big Business for Kids’ Sports

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According to Time, a range of private businesses are mining deep, do-anything parental love for kid’s who want to train to pursue sports at the national level. The U.S. youth-sports economy–includes everything from travel to private coaching to apps that organize leagues and livestream games; it is now a $15.3 billion market, according to WinterGreen… Read more »

Abusing the System or a Genuine Life Line?

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The classification of animals as emotional support has been permitted by antidiscrimination laws for some time, allowing owners to take their pets to shops, restaurants, or residential buildings that have no-pet policies. However, a recently increasing trend in uncaged animals on airplanes has become a source of complaints by flight attendants, passengers with allergies, and… Read more »