VA to Protect Mothers’ Rights to Breastfeed In Public

by Rebecca Geller on Oct. 12, 2017

 General Practice 

Summary: Huffington Post covers the Rebecca Geller’s efforts to pass breastfeeding law

Spearheading the effort to pass the bill were mothers Kate Noon, Crystal McCullough and Rebecca Geller, along with sponsors Sen. Jennifer Wexton (D) and Del. Dave Albo (R). In an interview with breastfeeding advocate and photographer Vanessa Simmons for Normalize Breastfeeding, Geller explained the significance of changing Virginia’s policy. “Each mother should be able to make a decision about what’s right for her child, and it is important that the law respects a mom’s choices in feeding a child,” she said.

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