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It’s the most natural way to feed your baby — and yet many Americans feel uncomfortable when they see women breastfeeding in public. We’ll talk about the issue with a Maryland mom who was recently asked to cover up or leave a local mall while nursing her son.
- Ann-Marie Luciano Mom who coordinated Saturday's "nurse-in" at the Francis Scott Key Mall in Frederick
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