Want to hear a statistic that goes right to the heart of our nation's physical (and financial!) health? According to a recent editorial in The New York Times, “American families now spend more on overdraft fees every year than on books, breakfast cereal or fresh vegetables…” That's as good an introduction as any to the subject of the overdue re-authorization of the Child Nutrition Act, which was last re-authorized in 2004 and expired this past September. It ...
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