Sep 1, 2017

09/01/2017: Combating lunch shaming at schools

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Tropical storm Harvey has shut down some of the country's biggest refineries, meaning that the pipelines that they feed can't flow. One critical for serving the east coast: The Colonial Pipeline, which has also shut down. We'll take a look…

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School districts address lunch shaming

Sep 1, 2017
This year, districts must have formal policies for handling unpaid bills.
Students at a Chicago elementary school dig into a salad bar in the school's lunchroom.
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Tropical storm Harvey has shut down some of the country’s biggest refineries, meaning that the pipelines that they feed can’t flow. One critical for serving the east coast: The Colonial Pipeline, which has also shut down. We’ll take a look at how all this is starting to affect gas prices. Afterwards, we’ll discuss Harvey’s impact on global markets, and then talk about the new policies that school districts are starting to implement to address lunch shaming.

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