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The state Senate of Massachusetts passed a bill last week banning the sale of junk food in public schools.
The bill did not include a list of what food items are to be banned.
The Boston Globe reports that governor Deval Patrick has yet to sign the bill into law, but his spokesperson wrote in an e-mail that Patrick supports children’s healthy eating and well-being.
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