According to the Arizona Department of Health Services website, the Affordable health Care Act amended section 7 of the Fair Labor Standards Act to do just what the woman claimed- that any employer must not only allow for time to express breast milk, but to provide a place in which to do that other than a bathroom, that is shielded from view of the public and other coworkers.
So yes, at least for a few more minutes, it is still a law. Nice of other posters to scoff at the need for this, or the character of someone who knows their rights. Shows you just how hard it is to be treated decently outside your own home as a female worker. Let's just hope the law isn't trashed, like so many other advances in common decency that have come as a result of a lot of effort. It is simple measures such as this that allow women to have a career or participate in anything at all outside the home. Without the participation of half the human race, we all regress back to the dark ages. It doesn't take that much.