Changing tables go public

Kleiner, Ellen
March 1995
Mothering;Spring95, Issue 74, p28
Reports on the addition of baby-changing stations in men's and women's rest rooms at various commercial establishments such as Walt Disney World, Madison Square Garden, airports, restaurants and museums. Passage of Bylaw Number 8804 in Regina, Saskatchewan in 1992 which required baby-changing areas in various establishments.


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