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Current Legislation

Nevada Employers

If you are a Nevada Employer and have not already done so, you are strongly encouraged to begin complying with the legislation above and establishing adequate areas for nursing mothers to take breastfeeding breaks for up to one year following the birth of a child. These nursing areas must be shielded from view and free from intrusion. Employers should also note that legislation does not set a limit on the number of breastfeeding breaks a nursing mother can take; it allows for a break “each time” the nursing mother needs to “express breast milk.”

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