Legislation allowing nonprofits in Georgia to provide sandwiches to needy children when school is not in session gained final passage in the state House... Georgia legislators clear path for sandwiches-for-kids program

Legislation allowing nonprofits in Georgia to provide sandwiches to needy children when school is not in session gained final passage in the state House of Representatives Monday. The bill, which passed 150-12 and now heads to Gov. Brian Kemp’s desk, was prompted when state health inspectors halted a Marietta-based summer food program last summer after 24 years of serving free sandwiches to thousands of school children in Cobb and six other counties.

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