New bill would require White House dinners to follow same as school lunch guidelines


Janeen Capizola
bizpacreview.com
February 13, 2014

Children's school lunches keep getting smaller and smaller due to federal regulations. Credit: Ben+Sam via Flickr

Children’s school lunches keep getting smaller and smaller due to federal regulations.
Credit: Ben+Sam via Flickr

One Illinois Republican lawmaker has asked the White House and the Obamas to stop being “hypocrites” and practice what they preach about nutrition.

Tuesday night’s glutton-fest of a White House state dinner for French President François Hollande was the perfect example of why U.S. Rep. Rodney Davis has introduced legislation that would require official White House meals to follow the same USDA mandated guidelines for school lunch and breakfast programs.

Davis’ bill, H.R. 3686, the School Nutrition Fairness Act, is “to make sure this Administration is aware of the real-life impact their regulations are having on kids who are going hungry and our smaller school districts who are struggling to keep up with the increased costs,” he wrote on Facebook Tuesday.

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