Nutrition bill stalls as Democrats protest funding plan

09/30/2010 | Washington Post, The

Despite lobbying by the White House, the federal child nutrition bill stalled in Congress this week after Democrats and anti-hunger groups protested the use of food stamp money to pay for part of the $4.5 billion cost. Republicans also opposed the bill, saying it is too expensive. Supporters said they will try again to pass it after the November elections.

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