As I've mentioned here, here, and here-I do not believe that we as a district have to follow rules about what outside clubs sell on campus for fundraising purposes--outside of the cafeteria and outside of the lunch hours.
Other districts throughout the country are saying no more to this massive federal intrusion that is a de-facto tax increase on poor and middle class families as they try to raise money for their students' athletic participation by selling candy.
Now, in an even bolder move aimed at total control of campus meals, comes word that the feds are going to go after what a student's parents pack in their own childrens' lunchbox!!
From an article appearing in today's U.S. Finance Post:
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