State law allows a woman to breastfeed in any place where the woman is legally entitled to be (WY Stat. Sec. 6-4-201).
In addition, the state Legislature has passed a joint resolution that encourages breastfeeding and recognizes the importance of breastfeeding to maternal and child health. The resolution commends public and private employers that provide accommodations for breastfeeding mothers (WY H.J.R. 531 (2003) ).
The state law doesn't specifically mention employers; however, it can be construed to include places of employment, given the expansive nature of the law’s language.
In order to accommodate breastfeeding, employers may wish to set aside a quiet, private area and/or establish protocol or policies for employees who wish to breastfeed.