School nutrition bill aimed at reducing childhood obesity would spend $4.5B
THORNTON, Colo. (AP) -- Federal agriculture officials toured a suburban Colorado elementary school today to pitch a school nutrition bill pending in the Senate aimed at reducing childhood obesity.
It would approve $4.5 billion over the next decade for meals for poor students and also set aside federal grants to help schools afford to buy more local produce.
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