I'm from the federal government, and I'm here to help, not exactly.
When the government claims it's here to help, you should turn and try to run away as fast as you can. When government is involved in supposedly looking out for your best interest, none of their good deeds go unpunished on your behalf. In Utah, Davis High School was fined $15,000, because the school sold sodas during "lunch hour". Federal law requires the school and other schools to turn off their soda machines during the lunch period for 45 minutes. When the federal government gets involved in trying to micro manage people's lives in the name of "helping them", it never works out. Correction, it works for the government, because it allows itself to get ever bigger and in the process be able to take away even more freedoms from the individual. So across the country in tens of thousands of schools during a typical six to seven hour school day in which the soda machines are all on, the federal government's mandate they the machines be turned off for 47 minutes accomplishes what exactly? Here's a crazy idea. How about just letting the parents worry about their children's health. It's not like the federal government has a sterling track record in actually fixing problems in society.