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Tweet Ignites Breastfeeding Debate on Social Media

Delta apologizes for telling a California mom over Twitter that she would have to cover up while breastfeeding.
3:00 | 02/25/14

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Never underestimate the power of social media especially in the hands of some determined and strong women. -- gains his ten week old son had just undergone oral surgery and was dealing with acid reflux issues and was only able to breast feed it wouldn't do so undercover. James had a long flight on Delta -- Lines coming up so she asked them about their breastfeeding policies. All -- really want it -- a written statement by them. T show any of the -- attendants or anyone on the plane just in case there was an issue via tweet delta replied. Unfortunately you're not able to breast feed if you do not have a cover up -- tried. Since day one to use a cover with him and he's a bottle and he refuses. To -- with either one. Eventually delta suggested Lindsey pumped her breast milk and bring it on board instead Janes was so upset she spread the word to breastfeeding advocates who took to social media to blast delta. And it's breastfeeding policy. -- didn't take long for delta to apologize and reassured -- that -- breastfeeding mother is welcome on its flights especially her.

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