Congress must remove junk food from U.S. schools to rein in skyrocketing rates of childhood obesity, said leaders of the National Parent Teacher Association and the American Dietetic Association at a Senate hearing Tuesday. Sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks sold in school cafeterias and vending machines undermine school meals that follow the dietary guidelines, said Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Tom Harkin, D-Iowa.

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