You stay rebellious, Hoosier kids:
After Elwood Community Schools started serving meals with more whole grains, mandatory fruit and vegetables, and weekly limits on meat and grains last year, some students chose to pack a lunch, or not to eat at all.School lunch participation fell 12 percent.
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Schools have struggled with the new rules.
Indiana has been slower than most states to adopt the new rules — or at least to be certified in compliance. Across the country, implementation has been complicated.
I wish that 12 percent were a lot higher and that "slower than most states" were "refuses to comply at all," but, hey, let's take what we can get. In the meantime, while we're still catching up, Washington isn't done with us: