Aug 28, 2015

#ThanksMichelleObama: School resumes — so do skimpy lunches - EAGnews.org

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Public schools across the country are throwing their doors open for another year of learning. That can mean only one thing: the drudgery of school lunches influenced by Michelle Obama’s rules. September 30 is the deadline for Congress to reauthorize -- or change -- the National Sc…

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