There is no legal requirement for separate break areas for women. Some states do have regulations in place that allow for reasonable accommodations for breastfeeding. The women must be provided a private, sanitary location for breastfeeding or pumping milk. Unpaid break time must be provided as well.
Hope that helps you out. =)
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