Public breastfeeding protections have been an issue in Idaho, though not to the extreme one satire site took. Here, moms hold a “nurse-in” on the Statehouse steps in Boise in August 2015.
Public breastfeeding protections have been an issue in Idaho, though not to the extreme one satire site took. Here, moms hold a “nurse-in” on the Statehouse steps in Boise in August 2015. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file
Public breastfeeding protections have been an issue in Idaho, though not to the extreme one satire site took. Here, moms hold a “nurse-in” on the Statehouse steps in Boise in August 2015. Katherine Jones Idaho Statesman file

Reader, beware: Idaho story fanning breastfeeding outrage is product of fake news site

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