Just moved to Idaho and realized this
Idaho is one of only two states that does not provide protection for a woman's right to breastfeed her child anywhere she is able to be.
Legislation is always good, however, just because there is no legislation does not mean it is "illegal" to breastfeed in public in these states.
In fact, it is not "illegal" to breastfeed in public anywhere in the USA.
Of course, legislation is always a good thing to have and I totally support it.
Do out of state signatures count on this, or is it only for Idaho constituents?
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