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The number of pets on planes has become a hot-button issue of late as emotional support animals have become more common than ever. Shelly Yang/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Government May Tighten Restrictions On Service Animals On Planes

One of the biggest changes is that the Department of Transportation would no longer require airlines to consider emotional support animals as service animals, as they have in the past.

2020 Election: Secure Your Vote

How To Spot 2020 Election Disinformation

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How To Spot 2020 Election Disinformation

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A traveler walks past a display board showing a canceled flight from Wuhan at Beijing Capital International Airport on Thursday. China closed off the city of more than 11 million in an unprecedented effort to try to contain a deadly new viral illness that has sickened hundreds and spread to other cities and countries during the Lunar New Year travel rush. Mark Schiefelbein/AP hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Chinese Authorities Begin Quarantine Of Wuhan City As Coronavirus Cases Multiply

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Chinese Authorities Begin Quarantine Of Wuhan City As Coronavirus Cases Multiply

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The number of pets on planes has become a hot-button issue of late as emotional support animals have become more common than ever. Shelly Yang/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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Federal Government May Tighten Restrictions On Service Animals On Planes

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(L-R) Rick Richards, Bruce Smith and Fred McNeal of The Georgia Satellites perform onstage in 2018. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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One-Hit Wonders / Second-Best Songs

The Georgia Satellites: A Southern Rock Band Lost To The MTV Era

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The Georgia Satellites: A Southern Rock Band Lost To The MTV Era

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