After the ENDLESS complaints against Michelle’s school lunch program, Congress is FINALLY doing something about it.

Western Journalism – After years of mounting complaints from school systems across the country, Congress is looking to eliminate the first lady’s unpopular school lunch rules.

Bipartisan legislation was announced from the Senate this week that could end the school lunch rules enacted by the president’s control over the Department of Education and the Department of Agriculture, and without any previous acts by Congress.

The bill, introduced by Senate Agriculture Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., and the committee’s top Democrat, Sen. Debbie Stabenow of Michigan, moves to end the rules and also seeks to address the massive rise in food waste that has been seen since the rules were implemented. The bill has the support of the School Nutrition Association (SNA) which represents 55,000 school food service employees across the country.

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