‘School lunch shaming’ is now against the law in New Mexico
New Mexico has become the first state in the U.S. to ban “lunch shaming.” The new law prevents schools from singling out students whose school cafeteria bills haven’t been paid. NBC’s Miguel Almaguer reports for TODAY from Albuquerque.
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