It's all part of a public education campaign to explain the new state law that allows for public breastfeeding."The law is really no good unless moms know about it," said Brenda Bandy, a representative of the La Leche League, a breastfeeding-rights advocacy group.
"These cards are handy, they're durable, and they might just be the little bit of added confidence some moms need."Each of these cards have the words "A mother may breast-feed in any place she
has a right to be" printed on its front; the back contains numbers to call for information on the law or for breastfeeding help.In addition, if a woman is asked to leave any premises because she's
breastfeeding, there's a number for her
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