PB&J as metaphor: a subsidized lunch served in an Illinois school. Photo: Mrs. Q Regular readers will have noticed a certain emphasis on school lunch in the Grist food section lately. Veteran journalist Ed Bruske has been doing superb on-the-ground reporting on the topic; I've been obsessing about the anonymous teacher blogger Mrs. Q, and writing disappointed critiques of the school-lunch legislation now in the Senate. A couple of days ago, Lisa Hymas' great post on green-inclined people who choose to be childless -- Lisa has dubbed them GINKs -- got me to thinking. Are a lot of people tuning …
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