Health  It is: August 27th, 2014    |   Hudson Valley Press  | Health News Preview Chanel
Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman announced an agreement with Barnes & Noble, Inc. that will protect the rights of nursing mothers seeking to breastfeed at its stores in New York. The Attorney General’s Civil Rights Bureau opened an investigation into the national chain following a March 16 incident in which a woman was asked to cover up or leave the company’s Nanuet, New York, store while breastfeeding her infant son. Under...
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