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  • The Scriptorium

    12/12/2014

    Health groups fear bill could lead to return of pizza, fries in schools

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 6:59 pm

    Oh no!!! Kids might eat pizza or fries for school lunch, instead of the piece of broccoli they are now being given. They might not raid the refrigerator when they get home from school anymore. This has to be stopped. This is like the biggest tragedy facing our country right now. What a bunch of idiots with not enough to do, Michelle being the head idiot. What ever did we do when we didn’t have the federal government telling us what to eat? Oh yeah, mom packed our lunch and it was delicious.

    Health advocates are blasting provisions in federal funding legislation that are seen as dialing back school nutrition standards, even as the White House seeks to downplay the riders as “minor adjustments” to the first lady’s signature policy.

    The bill known as “cromnibus,” contains language that would allow states to exempt struggling districts from having to offer all whole grain products and eases requirements for schools to reduce sodium levels.

    Critics who lobbied against more restrictive nutrition rules hailed the language as a win.

    The American Heart Association, meanwhile, worries the changes will open the door for more legislation that will allow schools to revert back to serving pizza and French fries every day for lunch.

    “I don’t think we quite know the extent of what these provisions will do and how to move forward with them,” AHA’s Government Relations Manager Kristy Anderson said. “This is the tip of the iceberg for them to keep chipping away and rescind a popular law that works.”

    Popular law???!!! Bwahahahahahaha! Maybe in the sense that it’s the butt of a lot of jokes. The kids and parents hate the new lunch menu, and you can’t put lipstick on a pig.

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