The Agriculture Department has responded!
After receiving much criticism for its school lunch rules - the secretary for the department said the department will do away with meat and grain limits for school lunches.
Which means more delicious mystery meat for all school students!
Here's what the agriculture secretary said:
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Jillian Michaels signed copies of her new book, Unlimited, at the Barnes & Noble at the Grove in LA yesterday.
The book is not just about dieting and fitness, but about how to shape your life for the better.
So far the book has been getting awesome reviews — can’t wait to check it out!
[Image via Abaca USA.]
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OMG!! This is a life changer!!!
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission have settled a debate on whether or not to regulate internet usage, particularly among smaller ISPs.
If the regulation were to pass, Canadian internet users would be billed on usage, much like other utilities, rather than being charged a steady monthly price.
Basically, consumers and business owners would not only be responsible for monthly broadband access, but they would also have to pay for any data they use beyond a certain limit.
As for now, the regulator will be in review for 60 days before any action will take place.
Canadians, what are your thoughts???
Tags: canada, crtc, internet, regulation, unlimited, usage