Sunday, October 16, 2005


I read with amusement Dorsey Griffith's article in the SacBee today about the problem school stores are having with the new laws regarding selling competitive items. The article goes on to talk about the nutritional value of the snack items and obesity. Another problem was the loss of revenue if they no longer sell the more popular snack items.Add those problems with the fact that administrator's are having a hard time interpreting the laws confusion rain's.
But I see a plus in all this. The school store is a place were kids learn about running a business and now they get to see first hand what happens when the government gets to involved and trys to regulate your business.


At 6:09 PM , Blogger Ralph said...

I like your positive attitude.

At 12:22 PM , Blogger fetching jen said...

Would you buy anything at government-run store?

At 4:16 AM , Blogger Lucy Stern said...

Kids learn all kinds of things at an early age. Not like the old days.


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