Capitol Report: Dairy and daylight saving time

(WTNH) — The dairy industry is praising efforts by 2nd District Congressman Joe Courtney and Pennsylvania Congressman Glenn Thompson.

They introduced the School Milk Nutrition Act of 2017 to allow low-fat flavored milk in schools.

This is a push that has raised the ire of fans of former First Lady Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act that limited flavored milk to the non-fat-variety.

Related Content: Could Daylight Saving Time become a thing of the past in Connecticut?

Also, the panel discusses how a commission looking at changing Massachusetts’s time zone voted Wednesday to approve a report that recommends moving to year-round daylight saving time.

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