Debating Merits of Public Breastfeeding

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NPR's Jennifer Ludden discusses the propriety of breastfeeding in public with Kasey Madden, a mother in Illinois whose complaint prompted her state to adopt legislation ensuring that public establishments allow patrons to breastfeed, and with Charlotte Allen, an online editor who argues that there should be limits.



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