Lawmakers in Colorado are considering a bill banning trans fats from being served in school lunches, breakfasts and after-school snacks. Officials say they expect the U.S. Department of Agriculture to enact a similar ban on school lunches. However, supporters of the state bill want to act now to remove margarine, vegetable shortening and other trans fats from schools to address obesity among the state's youth.

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