White House eyes ban on chips, candy

The Obama Administration has proposed a regulation prohibiting schools from selling "unhealthy" snacks. The 160-page regulation from the Department of Agriculture (USDA) would enact nutrition standards for "competitive" foods not included in the official school meal.  In practice, the proposed rules would replace traditional potato chips with baked versions and candy with granola. Regular soda is out, though high-schoolers may have access to diet versions. Read more: