W.Va. considers providing universal, free school meals

All students in West Virginia would be eligible for free school breakfasts and lunches under the "Feed to Achieve Act." If the bill passes, schools also would be charged with increasing the number of students who participate in free meal programs. The goal, supporters say, is to ensure that students do not go hungry -- giving them a better chance to succeed academically.

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