School meals matter: I know, first hand

The state Senate has the power to make sure that no family in the Evergreen state has to pick between utility bills and feeding their children by passing House Bill 1878. Child hunger is not a partisan issue, as evidenced by the state House of Representatives which recently passed the bill with largely bipartisan support. This legislation would require eligible schools to use available federal funding through the Community Eligibility Provision, allowing them to provide more meals to hungry students at no cost.