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    A proposal to scan elementary students' fingerprints draws fire from parents before being put on hold.
      “The intent was that we move lines well and feed kids,” says Wordell, who oversees the 17,000 lunches and 5,500 breakfasts served by the system daily. He added that the program was meant to double the number of free or low-cost breakfasts and lunches the school district serves.
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