Should Public Breastfeeding be a “Right?”
The city of Seattle just made it illegal for a shop-owner (or anyone for that matter) to ask a breastfeeding mother to cover up, move to another location, or stop suckling their young. The law is an extension of laws passed in dozens of states that are designed to stop discrimination against breastfeeding moms, but this is the first to make exposure a civil rights issue on par with disabilities, ethnicity, and religion. Should the city of Missoula pass a similar law? We want to know what you think.
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