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WIKIPEDIA articles! The Child's Right to Nurse Act is a U.S.
legislative act which seeks to protect a child's right to be
breastfed in any location where the mother-child pair are otherwise
authorized to be. It was first introduced in the West Virginia
House of Delegates by Bonnie Brown (D-30th-Kanawha). Delegates
Long, Palumbo, Butcher, Ellem, Varner and Doyle co-sponsored the
bill. Dr. Foster and several co-sponsors introduced the bill in the
Senate on the same day. The title of the bill highlights that this
is the first attempt to introduce breastfeeding legislation that
focuses on the child rather than the mother.
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Frederic P. Miller
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