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NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 27, 1977
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(Studio) Opposition to junk food grows further than just warnings to children and adults about consequences of eating it.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Gilroy, California) Gilroy, California, is small town between San Francisco and Los Angeles. School board has voted to ban junk food from school snack bars as of December this year [Supt. Vance BALDWIN - says it seemed inconsistent to them to teach nutrition in class and sell junk food in cafeteria.] Students don't like plan. [STUDENT - says they had no part in decision, despite constantly being told to get involved.] [2nd STUDENT - says 1 man's junk is another's treasure.] What happens here may happen in all of California; 2 related bills in state legislature noted.
REPORTER: Rick Davis

Brinkley, David;
Davis, Rick

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