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NO JOKE: New York City Now Considering Chocolate Milk Ban In Schools [Details]

Remember how everyone loved Michelle Obama’s ultra-healthy school lunch initiative?

Me neither.

New York City is now prepared to ban the most volatile substance known to man…CHOCOLATE MILK!!

From CBS New York:

The Department of Education is reportedly considering a ban on chocolate milk in city schools.

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A potential ban on chocolate milk is actually nothing new. Back in 2006, when city public schools banned whole milk, it briefly considered a ban on flavored milk, the high content of sugar being the main reason why.

“Chocolate milk has about 10 grams more sugar than regular milk and children should limit their sugar intake to about 25 grams,” nutritionist Reyna Franco said.

New York City Mayor (and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate, for whatever reason) Bill de Blasio attracted just over two dozen people at an event in Iowa, not long ago.

LOOK:

De Blasio speaks to his largest crowd of the day in Iowa at a Woodbury County Democratic Party fundraiser in Sioux City.

The total headcount (not including press or de Blasio campaign aides) was 30 by my count.

Reactions:

he’s really packing them in…

I had three times this many at the garage sale last weekend.

Size matters, deBlasio.

This is how it’s done.

Thank you #Georgia #GOP @sendavidperdue

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