Attention, parents! The U.S. is moving one step closer to potty parity.
On Oct. 7, President Obama signed into law the Bathrooms Accessible in Every Situation Act, aka the BABIES Act. This legislation requires that both men’s and women’s restrooms in publicly accessible federal buildings contain baby changing tables.
Rep. David Cicilline (D-R.I.) first introduced the bill back in April, and it received bipartisan support in Congress.
Lawmakers say it will help accommodate America's modern families, since women aren't the only ones on diaper duty. The post California Wants To Put Baby Changing Tables In Men’s Restrooms appeared first on ThinkProgress.
New York state Sen. Brad Hoylman (D-Manhattan) wants to bring the call for potty parity into the political sphere. On April 17, Hoylman is introducing a new bill in the state Senate that would mandate equal access to diaper changing...
Congress sent legislation to President Obama on Thursday that would require baby changing stations in both men's and women's restrooms in federal buildings that are open to the public. The legislation was passed by voice vote in the...