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    Patch - The phone, which had baby monitor app, was seized when dispatcher's boyfriend was busted for drugs, according to lawsuit.

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  • LSYR ABC Syracuse - Doctors making slight changes to breastfeeding guidelines, cause of daytime sleepiness on tonight's Family Healthcast.

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    Daily Mail - Two mothers have recreated the wartime Rosie The Riveter poster featuring a breastfeeding mother. The picture, by Sarah Fowler, 31, features new mother Alex James, 20, and baby Carson

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    Engadget - The officer had taken the phone home with him after confiscating it in an unrelated case.

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    The Daily Mirror - Claire Flannery was feeding her newborn for the first time after giving birth to her at home when the baby stopped breathing and turned blue

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    London Evening Standard - A group of mothers today told how they were banned from breastfeeding at a babies' swimming class at a London hotel. Women attending a mother and baby swim group at the Marriott Hotel Regents Park, in Swiss Cottage, were told on Tuesday that they were no longer allowed to breastfeed next to the pool, or allowed to use the poolside chairs to dress and undress their babies. The women had been attending Water Babies swimming classes when they were told after a session that they could no longer tend to their children at the poolside.

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    Raw Story - A Michigan police officer used an iPhone and baby monitor to spy on a woman breastfeeding her infant son, according to a new lawsuit. The suit claims Michael Emmi, a Hazel Park police officer, used an iPhone seized from the woman's husband in a drug case to secretly watch the nude woman feedin...

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    Taunton Daily Gazette - In March, the MOMS Club of Easton conducted a Diaper Drive as its monthly service project and donated over 2,500 diapers, 10 packages of wipes, 38 cans of formula, breastfeeding supplies and baby hygiene products to Keeping Pace with Multiple Miracles, a West Bridgewater-based nonprofit that offers support groups for mothers and families of multiples as well as classes and playgroups. Marci DaCamara, an Easton mother of twin girls, spearheaded the service project. "KPMM is an amazing

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    Stuff.co.nz - Advocates are calling for breastfeeding to be a higher priority to fight against childhood obesity.

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    ABC News - A Georgia high school student is making it easier for moms in her local community to breastfeed. As part of her senior project at Decatur High School, Sophie Mumper is encouraging local restaurants and businesses in Decatur, Georgia to post signs that read: "Breastfeeding Welcome Here." She hopes...

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    People - Michigan police dispatcher Megan Pearce accuses Hazel Park Police officer Michael Emmi of violating her rights

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    WTVD ABC Raleigh - Friday is National Nurse-In Day, and breastfeeding moms are out in public. They hope to raise public awareness that breastfeeding is nothing to be embarrassed about.

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    Fast Company - 50 of moms give up breastfeeding because they worry about milk supply. This tool gives moms data about how much their baby is eating.

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    KCCI CBS Des Moines - The group was invited inside due to the cold temperatures outside.

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    WHO NBC Des Moines - DES MOINES, Iowa ? A group of mothers gathered at the State Capitol Friday to show people that breastfeeding is "okay." "A lot of moms get discrimination; you know, 'G?

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    Charleston Daily Mail - Sarah Ellison admits that she sometimes chickens out when it comes to feeding her daughter in public. "Sometimes I do chicken out and hide ? I'll feed her when I'm out to eat, but I'll get nervous when people look at me," she said. But on Friday, Ellison joined a handful of other women on the state Capitol steps for a "nurse-in" to help erase the stigma that sometimes comes with mothers nursing their children in public. Madison Fitzwater, a mother from Belle who nurses her 18-month-old son, said she helped organize the event to hopefully change perceptions and make breastfeeding in public commonplace. "If people don't see it, it isn't going to be normalized, and if people keep nursing in corners and in bathrooms, people are going to think that's where you're supposed to nurse," Fitzwater said. "My goal is that when people see nursing moms, it will be so normal that it will be like when you see someone feeding their child with a bottle." Stories of moms getting pushback f

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    WLNS CBS Lansing - "You need to be in people's faces to actually see breastfeeding and become comfortable with it because it's not going to go away?so this is ?

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    WLNS CBS Lansing - "You need to be in people's faces to actually see breastfeeding and become comfortable with it because it's not going to go away?so this is normal, get used to it," stated Traylor.

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    Infowars - Lawsuit alleges officer used confiscated cell phone to access camera in real-time

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    Fresno Bee - New breastfeeding room at Fresno High offers privacy and seclusion for students and staff. A ribbon-cutting and tour of the new room took place Friday morning, April 29, 2016 in Fresno, Calif.