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Lame attack on breastfeeding mom

I have to add my two cents on this and how insanely stupid this useless attack by Jennifer Daniel Collins an Attorney at Faegre & Benson (they represent the National Pork Council) on the lactivist blogger is. Yes, I am posting because Shoemoney asked, but even more so for all the nursing mothers out there. I have three kids, and every single one of them was breastfed by my wife, and I know the challenges that she faced in doing what is BEST for my kids. Being attacked because you are promoting what is best for an infant is just flat out wrong. More should join on this quest to get the word out about this ridiculous law suit.

Read all about it from Jennifer Laycock herself at the lactivist blog. Then send your thoughts to these people:

You can email the Pork Board directly. Or, you can contact the relevant folks in the marketing and PR departments.

Jeff Hartz - Director of Marketing Communications
(515) 223-2629 JHartz@pork.org

Joy Johnson - Vice President Marketing
(515) 223-2631 jjohnson@pork.org

Michael Wegner - Vice President Communications
(515) 223-2638 MWegner@pork.org

Teresa Roof - Public Relation Manager
(515) 223-2616 troof@pork.org

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