Items Tagged ‘legislation’

March 20, 2013

Mayo Clinic seeks expansion project, faces scrutiny in committees

By Logan Lafferty Logan Lafferty

Minnesota’s largest private employer, the Mayo Clinic of Rochester, has been flexing its muscles at the State Capitol this session, with hopes of passing one-of-a-kind legislation that will help the medical institution achieve a $6 billion project to expand itself and also grow the city of Rochester. A few weeks into the current legislative session, […]

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Tags: Gov. Mark Dayton, infrastructure improvements, legislation, State Capitol, tax revenues, The Caledonia Argus


July 3, 2012

School Lunch Makeover Requires Whole Grains

By Mystery User

At least 50 percent of the grains served in U.S. public school lunches must now be whole grains, according to legislation that went into effect Sunday (July 1)… Local foods that are fresher may be more appealing, which can encourage kids to eat them, said Katherine Zeratsky, a nutritionist at the Mayo Clinic. The new […]

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Tags: Katherine Zeratsky, legislation, public school lunches, whol grain, Yahoo! News


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