This is an example of legislation that creates a problem not solves a problem...appears to be doing something but is really doing little. First, Effective March 23, 2010, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act amended the FLSA to require employers to provide a nursing mother reasonable break time to express breast milk after the birth of her child. The amendment also requires that employers provide a place for an employee to express breast milk. Second, a law requiring lactation rooms in federal buildings is insufficient to the needs of mothers. Not everyone works in a federal building. Lastly, a mother should be able to breastfeed wherever meets her and her child's convenience and the rest of society should accept this as the natural human action it is instead of legislating it into a closet.