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Lawmakers to push legislation to curb sale of junk foods

Would require schools to offer healthier choices

By April Simpson
Globe Staff / August 8, 2007

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Massachusetts lawmakers will resume efforts this fall to crack down on certain junk foods in schools, empowered by a new congressional report that sets standards for school nutrition. (Full article: 577 words)

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