This law protects women who are breastfeeding in public and private places, stating that they they are allowed to so in any location (public or private) that mother and child are otherwise allowed to be (and thus not subject to being charged with a miscellaneous offense).
See references to "mother" and "child." § 11-13.
Support for breastfeeding supports public health goals.
First violations are punishable by a civil sanction not to exceed five hundred dollars ($500.00), with additional punishments are specified for (2) or more infractions. § 26-12.
Section 11 is located in Part III (Public Safety), Chapter 11 (Curfew, Graffiti, Smoking and Miscellaneous Offences). History: Ord. No. 3737, 11-14-05.