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Education bills will expand free meals, special ed funding

Whatcom schools to benefit

A student prepares to get fresh fruit and veggies from the salad bar at Alderwood Elementary School in October 2022 in Bellingham. More elementary school children will have access to free meals thanks to a bill that passed the state Legislature.
A student prepares to get fresh fruit and veggies from the salad bar at Alderwood Elementary School in October 2022 in Bellingham. More elementary school children will have access to free meals thanks to a bill that passed the state Legislature. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
Free breakfasts and lunches will soon be offered to more students, and additional funding will be al

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