Nutrition bill can pass Congress, White House chef says

10/20/2010 | FoodSafetyNews.com

White House Assistant Chef Sam Kass said the Obama administration is optimistic that the stalled Child Nutrition Reauthorization bill will pass Congress in November. He told a conference of chefs and anti-hunger advocates that federal officials are listening to concerns about a provision in the bill that would suspend a temporary $2.2 billion increase in food-stamp benefits.

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