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Associated Press reporter Mike Hill contributed to this report.

Healthier lunches leaving students hungry

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If they were doing the grading, some Capital Region students would give the new lunches a mark of incomplete. Schools are receiving complaints that the new, healthier lunches required by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010 are not filling. “I used to be able to give them two hot dogs for lunch because there was no limit,” said Marcy Vonmaucher, food service director for the Schalmont Central School District. “Now I can only give ...

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albright1
September 15, 2012
10:47 a.m.

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Gee wiz, surprise, surprise.....government mandates what you can eat for lunch and its screwed up...

pnotto
September 16, 2012
1:16 a.m.

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For more information on why the government should not be in on the school lunch business please click on the above link I have posted and then read the following article and it will explain it for its self.

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