A clarifying point: lactation rooms are more for moms who need a place to pump than moms looking for a place to breastfeed their babies. These rooms are more likely to be used by employees than the public. As a federal employee working full time in a federal building, I needed a dedicated lactation room at least twice daily for 20-30 minutes. This is basic public health. If we want babies to be healthy then women need to be given the ability to pump breast milk for them during the workday. If people can take their service dogs into federal buildings (and grounds are provided for them to relieve themselves) then there is no reason why women shouldn't be given a clean, private, dedicated room for pumping.