Minn. could lift restrictions on reduced-price meal program

03/15/2013 | Echo Press (Alexandria, Minn.)

State lawmakers in Minnesota are considering legislation that would require schools to provide lunches to students who qualify for reduced-price meals -- regardless of the status of their meal accounts or whether they can pay. Some districts say they already adhere to similar policies in which they do not deny students a meal. If implemented statewide, the legislation would add an additional 61,500 students to the free-meal program.

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Echo Press (Alexandria, Minn.)

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