Making a delivery to an elderly hurricane victim. Because of a 2003 state law requiring those without lunch or breakfast programs to bring up the issue in their communities, 22 schools in Vermont began offering in-school meals—mostly breakfasts—for the first time this fall. Most of the state's 324 districts were already participating in the federal school lunch and/or breakfast programs before the law was passed. The intention, according to sponsor Robert Dostis (D-Waterbury), was to ...
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