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Published February 12, 2014, 12:00 AM

Lunch at Myers-Wilkins Elementary School

Elijah Harding, a second-grader at Myers-Wilkins Elementary School in Duluth, gobbles down a slice of pizza during lunch period Wednesday. The Duluth district gives kids who receive reduced-price lunch a hot meal regardless of their account status. Yet, a report released this week by Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid shows that most school districts in Minnesota either offer a cold lunch or give no lunch when a student’s account shows a negative balance. (Bob King /
Read the article: No money could mean no meal for low-income students in some Minnesota schools