Legislating Lunches: Who Should Decide What We Feed Our Kids?

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In New Mexico, kids are missing their white-flour tortillas. In Tennessee, it's bring back the biscuits. In Georgia, it's fried chicken. Nutritional standards for the federal school-lunch program don't always go down easy — and the processed food industry's not ready to swallow financial losses either. We hear about a dispute that goes from school cafeterias to Capitol Hill. Also, President Obama's "solidarity event" in Poland, and the man who fights fraud, waste and corruption in rebuilding Afghanistan.

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