Maloney bill would give breastfeeding moms a break

July 1998
Mothering;Jul/Aug98, Issue 89, p62
Discusses the issue concerning breastfeeding in the workplace. Efforts of several states in the United States to enact legislation protecting women when breastfeeding in public; Some pronouncements on the importance of breastmilk issued by the American Academy of Pediatrics; Information on the New Mothers' Breastfeeding Promotion and Protection Act introduced by New York Representative Carolyn Maloney on March 24, 1998. INSETS: HR 3531 in a nutshell;The Minnesota solution;How you can help.


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