Through in the 1990’s with a true amount of racial discrimination costs and legal actions. That price them a lot of cbecauseh as well as causing them to get rid of credibility as a small business that follows the law and treats all clients with respect and dignity.
The breastfeeding mom clearly had a right to stay the restaurant, she clearly had a right to breastfeed her baby while there under North Carolina law, regardless of whatever nipple or breast exposure there might have been as she was not denied entrance, and.
The real question is, appears to me personally, since her nursing in a public or place that is private protected by the legislation, just just just how is it that Denny’s has the directly to eject her through the premises for hardly any other reason than her exercising her liberties? That basically makes no feeling at all. Then the breastfeeding rights law means nothing if they can do that. Why have even this type of statutory legislation if companies are planning to ignore it with impunity? (more…)