A program by a Marietta nonprofit to provide sandwiches for hungry children may be saved by a law change being pushed through the Georgia... Cobb lawmakers work to save charity food program

A program by a Marietta nonprofit to provide sandwiches for hungry children may be saved by a law change being pushed through the Georgia General Assembly by Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick. The “Save our Sandwiches” or “SOS” bill, SB 345, was introduced by Kirkpatrick in the Senate on Jan. 31 and passed unanimously out of the Health and Services Committee on Wednesday, to be placed on the Senate calendar for a vote.

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