S.C. districts raise meal prices to comply with federal law

Two South Carolina school districts have voted to raise the price of school breakfasts and lunches by 10 cents to comply with the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010. In Charleston County, where lunch prices will rise to $2.25 and students will pay $1.40 for breakfast, officials say additional price increases may be necessary over the next few years.

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