Sigh. It’s good to be back home in the good ol’ USA after two weeks in Europe, but I certainly didn’t miss this kind of Nanny State nuttiness now manifesting itself in Colorado.
Day care centers in Colorado may have to meet new rules that regulate everything from the race of dolls to how much TV kids can watch.
According to documents obtained by 7NEWS, the changes being proposed by the Colorado Department of Human Services include:
*Children over 2 years old shall be served 1 percent, 2 percent or skim milk (unless directed in writing by a child’s health care provider)
*Juice shall be limited to 4 to 6 ounces per day for children over 1 year of age and must be 100 percent juice
*TV and computer time shall be limited to 20 minutes per day unless its a special occasion
*Doll shall represent three races …
The bureaucrats are still in the rule-making stage and promise more adjustments may be made:
McDonough told 7NEWS the Colorado Department of Human Services is months away from the final version of the proposed rules.
“We may adjust the specifics of the rules,” said McDonough.
Next up: Doll marriage diversity rules?
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