School administrators say the regulations, set to expire in Sept., have made lunches unappealing.
Advocates called for Michelle Obama's nutrition standards to be rolled back.
The funding will help schools meet new training rules.
The rule prohibits schools from selling reimbursable food items a la carte.
She said children's "grumbling" over new nutrition requirements is "natural."
A GOP spending bill could erode new nutrition standards Obama's administration has set up.
Georgia Republican Rep. Jack Kingston, a candidate for Senate, suggested that low-income students...
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The health group said studies show kids who eat healthy do better in the classroom.
Rep. Kristi Noem's bill would relax standards supported by first lady Michelle Obama.
Hoeven asks for ‘flexibility,' announces plans for bill to roll back rules on grains, salt.
The School Nutrition Association wants Congress to relax rules for healthy school lunches.
The survey comes as schools implement new USDA regulations.
Advocates are divided over major changes to a landmark federal program.
Legislation would allow schools to have more flexibility about what they feed their students.