In the wake of a controversial state ban on bake sales in schools, the Massachusetts House of Representatives passed a budget amendment Wednesday that will allow individual towns to decide whether they wish to prevent the sale of sweets during the school day. The state Department of Public Health regulations set to take effect on Aug. 1 would prevent the sale of cupcakes, cookies, and brownies in schools within 30 minutes of the start and end of classes.
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