Georgia district told to get rid of junk food

Nov. 3, 2008
Clayton County could lose federal funding unless it complies
Public schools inClayton County, Ga., have until the end of the week to rid their campuses of junk food during school hours or they face losing $14.8 million in federal funding. In June 2006, the U.S. Department of Agriculture banned non-nutritious breakfasts and lunches from schools as a requirement for schools to receive money under the National School Lunch Program. To read The Atlanta Journal-Constitution article, click here.

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