Wyoming--Laws Relating to Pregnancy

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Prohibitions against Pregnancy Discrimination

An employer cannot discriminate against any person otherwise qualified because of pregnancy.

*Applies to employers of two or more employees; exempts religious organizations.

For the text of the statute, click here.[1]

Pregnancy Accommodation

Wyoming does not provide additional protections to the federal law.

Pregnancy-related Disability Accommodation

Wyoming does not specifically accommodate pregnancy or its attendant medical conditions as a disability.

Breastfeeding Rights

The act of breastfeeding an infant child, including breastfeeding in any place where the woman may legally be, does not constitute public indecency. It is unclear whether this authorization extends to a woman’s place of employment.

For the text of the statute, click here.[2]

Family and Childcare Leave Laws

Wyoming does not expand upon federal family leave laws.

For the federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act, click here.

For the federal Family and Medical Leave Act, click here.

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[1] Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 27-9-105

[2] Wyo. Stat. Ann. § 6-4-201