"No child...is going to go hungry" lunch bill passes Minn. House

Friday, March 14, 2014

Minnesota school kids deserve a hot lunch at school, the Minnesota House decided unanimously on Thursday.

The House approved spending $3.5 million in state funds to make sure that low-income school kids get the lunch they need.

"Together in a bipartisan fashion we can say that no child in the great state of Minnesota is going to go hungry because of an inability to pay," said Rep. Yvonne Selcer, a Minnetonka DFLer who sponsored the school lunch measure.

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