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This article was written by Lauren E. Au, PhD, RD, assistant researcher, Nutrition Policy Institute, Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, University of California; Karen Ehrens, RD, LRD, health care and nutrition consultant, Ehrens Consulting, Bismarck, ND; and Nicole Burda, MPH, director, legislative and government affairs, and Erin Zumbrun, manager, policy and advocacy communications, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Washington, DC.