In Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed budget, the state will no longer be kicking in for subsidized breakfasts. Northjersey.com reports that Christie would cut $3 million that the state kicks in for the program. Schools would be left to split $41.4 million from the federal government. The proposal would also take the state from $8 million to $5.6 million for the subsidized lunch program. Again, federal dollars make up the majority of the lunch program.
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