Don’t like seeing mothers breast-feed their babies in public? If you live in Seattle, too bad, get over it.
The Seattle Times reports the Seattle City Council has unanimously approved an ordinance stating that women can breast-feed wherever they want, whenever they want, and that it is against the law for someone from a store or restaurant to ask them to leave or even cover up.
“How do local communities take charge of a public-health issue?” Councilor Bruce Harrell, who chairs the City Council’s Public Safety, Civil Rights and Technology Committee, explains to the newspaper. He adds that the law will not only ensure healthy meals for babies but “provide civil-rights protection to every Seattle mother.”
All right, American cities, who’s next?
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