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But is it gub'ment cheese?

02/25/09

But is it gub'ment cheese?

Classy news story of the day, "No more lunch bills: Schools go after deadbeats":

A cold cheese sandwich, fruit and a milk carton might not seem like much of a meal -- but that's what's on the menu for students in New Mexico's largest school district without their lunch money.

Faced with mounting unpaid lunch charges in the economic downturn, Albuquerque Public Schools last month instituted a "cheese sandwich policy," serving the alternative meals to children whose parents are supposed to be able to pay for some or all of their regular meals but fail to pick up the tab.

Such policies have become a necessity for schools seeking to keep budgets in the black while ensuring children don't go hungry. School districts including those in Chula Vista, Calif.; Hillsborough County, Fla.; and Lynnwood, Wash.; have also taken to serving cheese sandwiches to children with delinquent lunch accounts.

This, of course, is a more palatable solution than collecting more reasonable taxes on the top 1% of income earners.

  03:54:21 pm by Ragamuffin, Categories: News, Food

1 comment

Comment from: e [Member]  
e

"Hillsborough County, Fla."

big up!

02/26/09 @ 03:11
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