A school lunch featuring a grilled cheese sandwich on whole grain bread is served with a southwestern-style corn salad, fresh carrots and either canned pears or apple sauce Monday, May 5, 2014, at Mirror Lake Elementary School in Federal Way, Wash., south of Seattle. On this day, students could choose between this lunch or a green salad entree option featuring low-sodium chicken, a whole-grain roll, fresh red peppers, and cilantro dressing. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

South Dakota governor blasts Biden, Vilsack tying school lunch funding to transgender, LGBT policy

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South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem spoke out to Fox News on a new requirement from the USDA that will essentially tie federal school lunch funding to adherence to the Biden administration’s interpretation of Title IX, which prohibits sex-based discrimination.

Noem told “Life, Liberty & Levin” on Sunday that her state has the “strongest” legal protections against biological men competing in women’s sports, going on to discuss how President Biden is now trying to punish her state if it does not agree with his view of Title IX.

“This White House has threatened to take away all of our school lunch resources for poor and underprivileged kids if we don’t comply with their mandates,” she said.

“So it’s interesting to me that not only have they hurt my timber contracts to crush my lumber industry, not only have they mandated certain activities on their federal lands, such as National Parks and Bureau of Land Management Practices. Not only…


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