A coalition of nutrition advocates, including the School Nutrition Association of Connecticut, lobbied this week for an expansion of the state's school breakfast program. However, one lawmaker said it was unclear whether there would be enough money in the budget to increase funds for the breakfast program, now in place at 632 schools statewide. "We want to make sure the money is not taken away," said Roberta Jacobs, president of the state's School Nutrition Association.

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