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Posted on: May 2, 2022

City Attorney responds to concerns over Indecent Exposure ordinance

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Spring Hill City Council members unanimously adopted a city ordinance prohibiting indecent exposure at the regular City Council meeting on April 28, 2022. Spring Hill City Attorney Charles Dunlay explains that the ordinance does not impact breastfeeding.

Mr. Dunlay's legal opinion cites Kansas law that the ordinance cannot restrict a mother's right to breastfeed in any place in the City of Spring Hill.

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