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Nov 16, 2011
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Help save the Internet!


Today is a huge day for the Internet. It’s not just about reblogging, tweeting and posting Facebook updates today. Today is the time to act, to keep the Internet free of bureaucratic bullshit and politicians trying to make the Internet a censored network for all of us.

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Nov 16, 2011
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Nov 16, 2011
@ 4:41 pm
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Congress Pushes Back On Healthier School Lunches »


Why? Because they’re serving industries that bribed  them with money instead of the children of the people who actually live in their districts and states.

Who needs leafy greens and carrots when pizza and french fries will do?

In an effort many 9-year-olds will cheer, Congress wants pizza and french fries to stay on school lunch lines and is fighting the Obama administration’s efforts to take unhealthy foods out of schools.

The final version of a spending bill released late Monday would unravel school lunch standards the Agriculture Department proposed earlier this year. These include limiting the use of potatoes on the lunch line, putting new restrictions on sodium and boosting the use of whole grains. The legislation would block or delay all of those efforts.

The bill also would allow tomato paste on pizzas to be counted as a vegetable, as it is now. USDA had wanted to only count a half-cup of tomato paste or more as a vegetable, and a serving of pizza has less than that.

Nutritionists say the whole effort is reminiscent of the Reagan administration’s much-ridiculed attempt 30 years ago to classify ketchup as a vegetable to cut costs. This time around, food companies that produce frozen pizzas for schools, the salt industry and potato growers requested the changes and lobbied Congress.

School meals that are subsidized by the federal government must include a certain amount of vegetables, and USDA’s proposal could have pushed pizza-makers and potato growers out of the school lunch business.

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