Making school meals universally available and free for every child would not only offer a great moral good but would also offer a very smart, economical and efficient investment.
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Children will adapt to what they are given. Put a junk food-filled vending machine in front of a child and more than likely he will dial for Doritos.
At Marin Academy, a high school in San Rafael, California, the county's private school kids were eating what we all should be eating: organic, locally grown, whole foods with a wide variety of fruits and vegetables in their school lunches.
Child nutrition may not have the political cachet of some of the big ticket items on Congress' plate, but here are seven reasons why this bill should be a top priority for congressional action.
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