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Curriculum for public schools.
Regulations in tonight's regulation.
Nation report correspondent Shannon -- looks at the latest red tape wrapped around what your child can eat and drink at school.
Newly proposed federal regulations aimed at snack foods and drinks served at the nation's schools could come with a hefty price tag.
The American action forum a center right advocacy group estimates the regulations would cost schools 127.
-- acquire more than 926000.
Hours of paperwork.
The new proposal comes as part two -- -- the federal regulations tied to school meals and we generate yet another unfunded mandate from a federal agency.
If you had.
These two school -- proposals if you add the prison reform rule which was finalized last year and the burdens of the Affordable Care Act.
You know roughly twenty billion dollars in unfunded mandates.
Over the next few years for states and look.
Governments the new proposal includes changes like limiting the serving size of juices and -- most snacks at 200 calories.
The USDA says quote at least 39 states currently have some kind of snack -- standard already in place.
And thousands of schools of already taken voluntary steps towards meeting to propose standards.
In the meantime schools are still navigating -- federal mandate that requires students to take at least one fruit or vegetable serving as they passed through the lunch line or risk losing federal reimbursement but getting healthier fare on to their trays.
Doesn't guarantee they'll actually -- us.
Invisible life in the middle warrants were at home and take it.
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Something First Lady Michelle Obama discouraged today during a Google fireside hanging out marking the thirty anniversary of her let's move initiative -- I want every kid to commit.
To not throwing anything out.
These new rules joined more than 6000 other regulations proposed by the federal government in just the last ninety days public comment on this one is open until April night.
Shannon thank you.
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