MADISON (WKOW) -- The state Senate is expected to take up a bill this week that protects breast-feeding mothers from harassment.
The bill has bipartisan support and the backing of Governor Jim Doyle, and is expected to pass.
The measure bars anyone from bothering a woman who is breast-feeding in public, and violators could face fines of up to $200.
41 other states have similar laws on their books. Supports of the bill hope the protections will encourage more women to breast-feed.
Click on the featured video to hear the full interview about the bill with Aszani Kunker from the Madison Birth Center.
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