Frontier Airlines flight attendants sue over right to pump breast milk

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Two Frontier Airlines flight attendants have filed federal complaints against the Denver-based carrier, saying the airline discriminated against them by not allowing them to pump breast milk while on duty.

The flight attendants, Jo Roby and Stacy Rewitzer, filed discrimination charges with the...


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