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Volleyball coach sat outside convention center after tournament director bars nursing infant

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Just when you thought nursing moms were gaining ground, a volleyball coach is barred from entering the Colorado Convention Center with her nursing infant.

“I feel like the message they’re sending to these girls is you can’t be a mom and you…don’t get to be a mom…and coach. I have to choose volleyball or my family,” said an emotional Dixie Loveless, owner of the Mountain Peak Volleyball Club in Logan, Utah, and head coach of the 14 National team.

Colorado Crossroads Tournament director Kay Rogness warned Loveless about the rule Saturday afternoon, saying people under 16 who are could not enter.

Colorado State law says a mother may breastfeed in any place she has a right to be.

But the City Attorney’s office, in an email to 7, said: “After our review, we have no reason to believe there has been a violation of any city ordinance or law. This is a private event. It is the event organizer and USA Volleyball who set the rules for entry and access to the court area.”

Read the full story from our partner at thedenverchannel.com.

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