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Alaska Stat. 29.25.080 and 01.10.060 (1998) prohibit a municipality from enacting an ordinance that prohibits or restricts a woman breastfeeding a child in a public or private location where the woman and child are otherwise authorized to be. The law clarifies that lewd conduct, lewd touching, immoral conduct, indecent conduct, and similar terms do not include the act of a woman breastfeeding a child in a public or private location where the woman and child are otherwise authorized to be.
Ark. Stat. Ann. 5-14-112 (2007) defines indecent exposure and specifies that a woman is not committing indecent exposure for breastfeeding a child in a public place or any place where other individuals are present.
D.C. Code Ann. 2-1402.81 et seq. (2007) acknowledge benefits of breastfeeding and make it unlawful to deny a woman the right to breastfeed in any location where she has the right to be. The law provides that breastfeeding is not a violation of indecent exposure laws. The law also specifies that an employer shall provide reasonable daily unpaid break periods in a place other than a bathroom, as required by the employee, so that the employee may express breast milk for her child in privacy and security. The location may include a childcare facility in close proximity to the employee's work location.
Miss. Code Ann. 97-29-31, 97-35-7, 97-35-11 and 97-35-15 (2006) specify that a woman breastfeeding may not be considered an act of indecent exposure, disorderly conduct or disturbance of the public peace.
S.C. Code Ann. 63-5-40 (2008) provides that a woman may breastfeed her child in any location where the mother is authorized to be and that the act of breastfeeding is not considered indecent exposure.
14 V.I.C. 1022 (2002) specifies that a woman breastfeeding a child in any public or private location where the woman's presence is otherwise authorized does not under any circumstance constitute obscene or indecent conduct. 1e1e36bf2d