The Wyoming state legislature is halting supplemental funding for school meal programs in the state after the current appropriation expires this summer, reports the Associated Press. For the past two years, the state has supplemented food service programs based on the number of meals served. The state legislature appropriated $4.5 million for the program in 2008 and $3.6 million in 2009, but a measure to continue the outlay failed to pass the Joint Education Interim Committee. The ...
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