CMS cafeteria employees Judy Jefferson, left, and Trina Steele dish out green beans and chicken nuggets for children during lunch at Barringer Academic Center, one of the schools using the new Community Eligibility Provision.
CMS cafeteria employees Judy Jefferson, left, and Trina Steele dish out green beans and chicken nuggets for children during lunch at Barringer Academic Center, one of the schools using the new Community Eligibility Provision. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
CMS cafeteria employees Judy Jefferson, left, and Trina Steele dish out green beans and chicken nuggets for children during lunch at Barringer Academic Center, one of the schools using the new Community Eligibility Provision. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
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CMS’ new plan for free lunch program is causing problems

May 10, 2015 02:00 AM

UPDATED May 17, 2015 05:37 PM

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