The Daily Populous

Saturday October 31st, 2020 morning edition

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Of the 51 pet stores within city limits, only three sell purebred dogs and cats — Petland Vineyard, Puppyland San Antonio and Royal Pet Palace.

On The life of stray dogs on the streets of San Antonio explored.

On San Antonio pet stores may soon be prohibited from selling dogs and cats provided by breeders.

But rescue organizations noted roaming dogs and cats taken to city shelters are sometimes euthanized because of lack of space and that requiring pet stores to sell rescued dogs and cats would give another outlet for those animals to find homes.

Under the changes approved Thursday, all dogs and cats sold by pet stores in San Antonio must be sterilized, microchipped and immunized.

In Texas, Austin, Waco, Fort Worth, El Paso and The Colony — a suburb of Dallas — ban all retail sales of dogs and cats at pet stores.

“It is critical to note that commercial operations that sell cats and dogs can continue the practice,” he said. »

Exclusive: Jordan Peele Mounting ‘The People Under the Stairs’ Remake at Universal

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After directing Get Out and Us for Universal, Jordan Peele is set to produce a remake of The People Under the Stairs for the studio, Collider has exclusively learned.

Wes Craven directed the 1991 horror satire, which starred Brandon Adams, Everett McGill, Wendy Robie, A.J. Langer and Ving Rhames.

Additionally, Peele continues to serve as the narrator and executive producer of The Twilight Zone on CBS All Access. »

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Hidden Baggage: Behavioral Responses to Changes in Airline Ticket Tax Disclosure

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We show that the more prominent display of tax-inclusive prices is associated with significant reductions in consumer tax incidence, demand, and ticket revenues along more heavily taxed itineraries.

In particular, the fraction of unit taxes that airlines passed onto consumers fell by roughly 75 cents for every dollar of tax.

These results present evidence of consumer inattention in a novel institutional setting featuring quasi-experimental variation in tax salience, economically significant tax amounts, and endogenous price responses. »