There are two things Amy Milliron wants you to know: First of all, she did not expose herself while breast-feeding her baby in public recently. And secondly, the media have completely invented the part about public outcry against public nursing. According to Milliron, a 29-year-old Tempe mother who's lately become the unwitting spokesperson for nursing rights in Arizona, there just haven't been that many complaints about mothers who yank up their tops at grocery stores and in churches in order to feed their kids. The outcry, she says, has been largely created by news reporters who don't know the difference between an administrative directive and an ordinance. But Milliron, who's been working lately with a Chandler city task force to address the issue of public breast-feeding, is here to set the... More >>>