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Cole12 December 17th, 2016 8:27pm

Should public K-12 schools be prohibited from selling soda and other sugary drinks to students?

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peterseb Idaho
12/17/16 10:15 pm

No, but i am fine if the charge extremely high prices for them.

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EarlyBird Portland
12/17/16 9:01 pm

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.

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
12/17/16 6:49 pm

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.

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Zach1
12/17/16 6:38 pm

My school doesn't have soda and we're not even allowed to BRING soda to school

DoctorWasdarb Marxist Leninist Maoist
12/17/16 6:26 pm

No one should sell anything to anyone. Easy question.

LoyalOkie E Pluribus Unum
12/17/16 4:55 pm

The government preventing sales to a specific group of people... Doesn't sound like capitalism to me.

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theNobamist Silicon Valley
12/17/16 4:36 pm

First, get rid of the Michelle Obamafood 💩💩💩

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Zach1
12/17/16 6:41 pm

YES! you know what we had for lunch Friday at my school? 1 slice of pizza w/ broccoli! Mmmm yum!!!!

theNobamist Silicon Valley
12/17/16 4:34 pm

They don't sell cigarettes yet the kids get their hands on them.

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ProudCentrist Chicago, Illinois
12/17/16 3:58 pm

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.

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Zach1
12/17/16 6:39 pm

Don't don't have soda in my school and we're not even allowed to bring soda

rons on top of the world MA
12/17/16 3:39 pm

No milk either. Just bottled water.

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theNobamist Silicon Valley
12/17/16 4:36 pm

Wrong!
Milk is good for their growing bones.
And prevents them from becoming lactose intolerant. (Schools preach "tolerance", right?)