Saturday, March 11, 2006

Kansas Gov. Sebelius signs breast feeding bill into law

Kansas City Star

March 6, 2006

TOPEKA — Kansas now has a law supporting a woman’s right to breast-feed any place she has a right to be.

Gov. Kathleen Sebelius signed the bill into law this morning.

The law creates a public policy statement that a mother’s choice to breast-feed should be supported and says that a mother may breast-feed any place she has a right to be. It also exempts nursing mothers from jury duty.

The act takes effect upon its publication in the Kansas register.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

It seems that people are seeing the difference in pornography and plain nudity. It is natural for a mother to breastfeed their children. It is wrong my Constitution of the United States to keep them from doing it anywhere they have to in order to feed their children.

I think everyone should see the birth of babies in its entirety. Shows like Baby Baby and Birthday should not cover up the sight of the body. It is natural to give birth and it should be seen unless the mother says they do not want they vulva to be shown on public television. The vagina can never be seen because it is inside the female. Ultrasound will be the only way to see it.

The human body is not dirty or bad. Please check out my blog at on my views towards the naked human body.

Sky high, seek peace,
Brandon Bowers

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