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Topic - Chris Walters
The West Virginia Senate has approved legislation to protect breastfeeding in public places.
A bill to allow women to breast feed in public has been approved by the West Virginia Senate Health and Human Resources Committee.
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Sen. Chris Walters said West Virginia is one of few states that don't have breast-feeding protections on the books.
Walters said West Virginia is one of only two states that don't have a law protecting breast-feeding mothers.