Alabama



Public Breastfeeding

 

Section 22-1-13

Breastfeeding children in public or private locations.

A mother may breastfeed her child in any location, public or private, where the mother is otherwise authorized to be present.

(Act 2006-526, p. 1222, §1.)

 

 

Public Breastfeeding Enforcement Provision

 

None

 

 

Workplace Pumping

 

None

 

 

Workplace Pumping Enforcement Provision

 

None



4 Responses to “Alabama”

  1. Camille Weeks says:

    Hi Jake!

    If your state does not have an enforcement provision, what is there we can do to change that if anything?
    Also, I am giving a speech on the importance of breastfeeding and I would love to reference your sight. Anything I use will be attributed to you, and I will provide a link to your sight.

    Thanks!
    Camille

    • admin says:

      You can create a group, draft some good language for a statute (I can help), and start looking for a state legislator who will work with you. Basically, you have to make it happen.

  2. Nicole Hopper says:

    I was just curious as to what can be done to help protect breastfeeding mothers who work, as far as pumping. I am the mother of a newborn and I wish to continue nursing and working. However, with the hours I will be working I will need to pump. Thank you for your help.
    Nicole

    • admin says:

      Nicole, check out the “Pumping 9-5″ article. Without legal protection a lot of it is negotiation. If you have no legal protection and can’t work out a solution with your employer, you can use all your available break time, perhaps in your car or some off-premises location. Worst case scenario, work with an IBCLC on work-arounds like block feeding. And, if you must, supplement but hold on to your breastfeeding relationships. There are lots of options even though many of them are not particularly good ones.

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