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Healthy lunches are a tough sell, so school districts have to work at it

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America didn’t become a nation of fatties overnight, or even over the course of a few years, and it’s going to take some time before people change the way they eat. That even goes for kids who are a captive audience in the school cafeteria. A story surfaced this week about the Niskayuna school district deciding to abandon the National School Lunch Program because many of its students had stopped buying the fruit- and vegetable-laden ...


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albright1
January 26, 2013
8:44 a.m.

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The government will never be successful in making regulations and laws that protect citizens from themselves. That is because it is incompetent and has no business in doing so.

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