Public Breastfeeding Law
“Notwithstanding any other law, a woman may breastfeed her child anywhere the woman has a right to be.”
Work Place Pumping Law
"Ind. Code § 22-2-14-2. All employers with twenty-five or more employees must, to the extent reasonably possible, provide a private location, other than a toilet stall, where an employee can express milk during any time away from the employee's assigned duties. Such employers must also, to the extent reasonably possible, provide a cold storage space for employees to keep expressed milk, or allow employees to provide their own portable refrigerator for such a purpose."
"Ind. Code § 5-10-6-2. Public employees receive supplemental protections. Public employers must provide reasonable daily paid break time, to run concurrently with any other break time, for employees to express breast milk, unless doing so would unduly disrupt the employer's operations. Public employers must also make reasonable efforts to provide a private room near an employee's work area, other than a toilet stall, where she can express milk."