Should public K-12 schools be prohibited from selling soda and other sugary drinks to students?
No, but i am fine if the charge extremely high prices for them.
Yes. We are paying for those "public" schools. We don't need to contribute to overweight kids. After all, overweight people make our insurance rates go up.
This wouldn't be a big issue if parents forced their kids to go outside and play instead of watching tv or playing video games.
My school doesn't have soda and we're not even allowed to BRING soda to school
No one should sell anything to anyone. Easy question.
The government preventing sales to a specific group of people... Doesn't sound like capitalism to me.
First, get rid of the Michelle Obamafood 💩💩💩
YES! you know what we had for lunch Friday at my school? 1 slice of pizza w/ broccoli! Mmmm yum!!!!
They don't sell cigarettes yet the kids get their hands on them.
How about instead of banning soda, we teach kids healthy eating/drinking habits. Taking soda away from school isn't going to stop kids from drinking it.
Don't don't have soda in my school and we're not even allowed to bring soda
No milk either. Just bottled water.
Milk is good for their growing bones.
And prevents them from becoming lactose intolerant. (Schools preach "tolerance", right?)
Maybe elementary schools.