Breastfeeding in Places of Public Accommodation
A place of public accommodation means any business or establishment that offers goods or services for a fee.
Utah law states that all persons in the state are entitled to full and equal accommodations, privileges, goods, and services in a business establishments and places of public accommodation, without discrimination based on one ore more protected classes (race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, or national origin). The Utah Women’s Coalition is studying the impact of this law and its applicability to breastfeeding mothers. If you are or have ever been a breastfeeding mother and have been asked to leave, move, stop, or cover up while breastfeeding in a place of public accommodation, please help us by filling out the survey below. All responses will be kept confidential.Begin survey