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Fifth-grader Tyler Otero, 10, drinks milk served during school breakfast inside Jeanette Cordova’s classroom at Adobe Acres Elementary on Monday. New Mexico Appleseed, a nonprofit child advocacy organization, is backing a bill that would expand school breakfast programs in high-poverty middle and high schools. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

Fifth-grader Tyler Otero, 10, drinks milk served during school breakfast inside Jeanette Cordova’s classroom at Adobe Acres Elementary on Monday. New Mexico Appleseed, a nonprofit child advocacy organization, is backing a bill that would expand school breakfast programs in high-poverty middle and high schools. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

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