Delta breast-feeding lawsuit settled

In 2006, Emily Gillette of Santa Fe, N.M was ordered off an airplane in Vermont for refusing to cover herself while breast-feeding her child. She reached a settlement with Delta Airlines and two other airline companies in March for an undisclosed amount.<br /><br />In this photo: Mothers breast feed their children in front of the Delta Airlines counter during a Nurse In protest at Portland International Airport Nov. 21, 2006.

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In 2006, Emily Gillette of Santa Fe, N.M was ordered off an airplane in Vermont for refusing to cover herself while breast-feeding her child. She reached a settlement with Delta Airlines and two other airline companies in March for an undisclosed amount.

In this photo: Mothers breast feed their children in front of the Delta Airlines counter during a Nurse In protest at Portland International Airport Nov. 21, 2006.

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