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Minnesota school district apologizes for throwing out hot meals for students with over $15 in lunch debt

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 13 November 2019
A Minnesota school district apologized Monday for a policy that led to high school cafeteria workers throwing away the hot meals of students with lunch debt exceeding $15.
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