Following Delta Airlines' decision to require all service animal handlers to submit documentation at least 48 hours before they fly, it was inevitable that other airlines would follow. United has chosen to clamp down on emotional support animals, while acknowledging the high standards to which most guide dogs are trained. Chris Danielsen, spokesman for the National Federation of the Blind, talks to Jonathan Mosen about the challenges of protecting the rights of blind people in the United States to travel when they need to. Chris also talks about the ADA Education Reform Bill which, if enacted, may have a detrimental impact on disabled people in the United States being able to seek redress. The interview ends with a discussion on playing the long game when it comes to advocacy, a discussion relevant given the news that Apple is curtailing new features in iOS 12 to instead focus on fixing bugs. They discuss the NFB's 2016 resolution relating to serious VoiceOver bugs in this context.