Lawmakers To Consider Banning ‘Fat Letters’

September 10, 2013 11:26 AM
Lawmakers To Consider Banning ‘Fat Letters’
BOSTON (CBS) — State lawmakers will consider legislation Tuesday, that would ban so-called “fat letters.”

" Right now, schools collect information about each student’s height, weight and body mass index.

If the BMI is on the high side, the school sends letters home letting parents know their child may be at risk of obesity "

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