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(Olympia, WA)  --  At least two Washington state government agencies are allowing parents who work for them to bring their infant children to the office.  It began with a pilot program started a few months ago by the state Department of Health, and now the Washington Traffic Safety Commission is starting a similar pilot program.  Parents are allowed to bring their babies to work until they reach the age of six months.  Officials say the first six months of a child's life are important for them to be able to bond with their parents.

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