Woman says she didn't have a cover, but was being discreet; state law allows it in public.

The manager of a Chick-fil-A restaurant in Fargo has apologized for telling a breast-feeding mother to leave.

Macy Hornung says she was kicked out of the restaurant Saturday because she was breast-feeding her baby without a cover, even though she says she was being discreet.

Hornung spoke to reporters and also posted a comment on social media that drew thousands of comments and shares from those who support her.

Restaurant owner Kimberly Flamm issued a statement Sunday apologizing for the way she handled the situation.

North Dakota law allows women to breast-feed in public if they do it "in a discreet and modest manner."