STATES DEBATE SODA, SNACK SALES AT SCHOOL rnor earlier this month vetoed a bill that would have banned sugared soda and junk food in schools, after New Jersey became the latest state to ban soda and candy sales at schools. That ban takes effect in September 2007. New Jersey also will require weekly nutrition classes in schools. Supporters of the Connecticut bill said that while other states have banned sodas with some exceptions, Connecticut's ban would have gone further by prohibiting ...

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