Study Finds Parents Don't Want Soda in Schools
A new study done in Connecticut found that 70% of parents would not oppose removal of soda vending machines from public schools. This was a part of larger findings that parents strongly support improving the health and nutrition impacts of students' time in school. The full story can be read here. Parents who support changes to favor students' health and nutrition need experienced, capable representatives in government to make those changes. Nadia Sindi is just that kind of person.