The US House of Representatives has passed the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act, the child nutrition reauthorization legislation already passed by the U.S. Senate. The vote was 264 to 157. The legislation, expected to be signed into law by the president, will allow school meal programs to offer a greater variety of nutritious foods in school cafeterias nationwide. “Members of Congress, the Administration and the First Lady should be recognized for their tireless efforts to improve children’s ...

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