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School Breakfast Program can help!
The House Committee on Education & Labor released a bill today for child nutrition reauthorization called the "Improving Nutrition for America's Children Act of 2010."
John Sowell at The News-Review, Douglas County, Oregon, covers child nutrition reauthorization in a front-page article entitled Funding sought for DC nutrition programs.
The Mail Tribune, southern Oregon's new source, published an editorial on child nutrition reauthorization: Congress should reauthorize child nutrition programs and increase funding.
David Sarasohn at The Oregonian published an editorial about Child Nutrition Reauthorization entitled: Feeding U.S. kids better now coming into season
May 10th, 2010
Food Research & Action Center, February 1, 2010
A plan to reduce hunger among schoolchildren by offering 50,000 working-class kids a free breakfast at school won approval from the legislature during the 2009 Oregon legislative session.
Child nutrition programs help children take full advantage of their education.