USA: GMA calls California senate vote a 'misguided attempt to combat obesity'
By approving a bill that would ban the sale of many foods in schools, the California Senate has effectively voted to reduce the power of local school boards, according to GMA. The legislation, billed as an attempt to combat childhood obesity, does virtually nothing to address the lack of nutrition education or access to physical activity in schools, said Kristin Power, GMA western region director for state affairs
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