On July 1, the universal free school lunch will be no more. The federal pandemic-era waivers that provided free meals to all students, regardless of economic status, is expiring June 30.
Since former President Donald Trump signed the COVID-19 aid package in 2020, 10 million additional children have been able to eat free school meals regularly. Millions more received after-school dinners and families were given the additional flexibility to pick up meals for their kids…
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