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Published: Tuesday, Dec. 7 2010 1:32 a.m. MST

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Elcapitan
Ivins, UT

Kids will go out to the fast food spots rather than eat healthy food because they have been raised that way. Children can be taught to eat healthy food in their homes....no one else cares, including the government.

DN Subscriber
Cottonwood Heights, UT

The federal government is just here to help.

Count this as part of the jobs bill. When this teacher gets busted for illegal bake sale activity, we will see at least two lawyers get hired...

Congress is out of control passing stupid laws like this, instead of working on real problems.

cvguy
Lehi, Utah

What is the government going to try and control next? Is it really something they should be worried about, a school bake sale? There is no reason the federal government should be that involved in local school issues.

Corn Dog
New York, NY

This is exactly what the food nazis want. Unless it is made from locally grown been sprouts or organic tofu, forget it.

SME
Kearns, UT

Margo Wootan says "selling junk food can easily be substituted with nonfood fundraisers" of course its easy. She won't be the one attempting to do it. Another pompous do-gooder convinced that she knows what's best for everyone, and quite willing to force her ideas on everyone else. For their own good of course.

Littlebit
Salt Lake City, UT

Another example of the federal government sticking its nose where it doesn't belong, & extending its control far above & beyond where it should be.

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