Bills heard to ban school lunch debt punishments, pledge of allegiance discrimination
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House lawmakers are examining bills to prevent schools from punishing students who rack up school lunch debt – and protecting those who don’t want to recite the Pledge of Allegiance.

At a hearing Wednesday, the House Education Committee heard House Bill 1127, which would bar schools from carrying out policies that might stigmatize students that fall behind on lunch payments.

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