My Houston Chronicle Op-Ed re: Saving School Lunch

by Bettina Elias Siegel on July 13, 2014

For those interested, I have an editorial in today’s (Sunday) Houston Chronicle regarding the current school food controversy.

In it, I discuss how Texas (yes, Texas!) has been a leader in school nutrition, and how our congressional delegation should carry on that  proud tradition by rejecting language in the pending appropriations bill that would allow districts to opt out of improved school nutrition standards.

You can read the full text of the editorial here, and thanks to the Chron for giving me the opportunity to share my views with its readership.

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Mary Lawton July 16, 2014 at 10:05 am

Just read this. YOU ROCK. Thank you for writing it. Please let me know how I can further help the cause.


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