We know the numbers. About 17 percent of children (ages 2 to 19) can be classified as obese, three times as many as in the 1980s, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So it is no surprise that state legislators would want to do something about this health crisis. During the past several years, 19 state legislatures decided that body mass index (BMI) letters—which some people are now calling “fat letters”—should be sent by schools in those 19 ...

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