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Breast-Feeding Mom Loses Appeal on Job Accommodation

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A federal appeals court holds that a company made a reasonable effort to work out lactation arrangements with the woman.

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    It‘s shame that we have laws accomodating breeders anyway. The self-entitlement these destroyers of our planet feel is amazing, and should be discouraged.

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    As a male of the species I can‘t know if the need to lactate evers grows as intense as, say, the need to empty one‘s bladder. But the fact that the plaintiff quit her job in a huff rather than wait 15 to 20 minutes for use of the wellness room alternative suggests her motivation all along was to prepare the ground for a (specious) lawsuit. The courts did the right thing.

    -Darren McKinney, American Tort Reform Association, Washington, D.C.

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