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Latest Harriet Tubman Items
The Obama administration is committed to bringing more government into the lives of Americans. First lady Michelle Obama grabbed the spotlight Monday at the District's Harriet Tubman Elementary School to promote an anti-obesity initiative in service of this goal. She seeks to shift responsibility for feeding America's children away from parents and into the hands of Washington bureaucrats.
Arguing that both childhood hunger and obesity are threats to U.S. competitiveness, President Obama on Monday signed into law a bill to provide more and more-healthful lunches to schoolchildren.