Colo. bill would require in-class breakfast in some schools

04/21/2013 | KOAA-TV (Colorado Springs, Colo.)

Lawmakers in Colorado have passed legislation that would require schools to adopt universal in-class breakfast programs if they enroll a student population with at least 80% qualifying for free or reduced-price lunches. After the first year, the legislation would expand mandatory participation to those with at least 70% of students qualifying for free or reduced-price lunches.

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