Word on the Street: 'Infants at Work'

A pilot program in Washington state is allowing parents to bring babies, aged six weeks to six months, to work. Some new parents say it's

A pilot program in Washington state is allowing parents to bring babies, aged six weeks to six months, to work.

A pilot program in Washington state is allowing parents to bring babies, aged six weeks to six months, to work. (8/11/15)

BROOKLYN - A pilot program in Washington state is allowing parents to bring babies, aged six weeks to six months, to work.

Some new parents say it's difficult to go back to work soon after a baby's birth.

Employers say the "Infants at Work" program can boost morale and productivity in the office.

News 12 Brooklyn hit the streets to see what local residents thought of the program.

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