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Poorer students who live in wealthy districts and in small rural districts are most likely to not get free meals, according to School Meals For All, which is leading the coalition of groups pushing for full funding. They want the state to put in enough money that every district can offer free meals. They estimate that cost at $87 million to $104 million next year, bringing free school meals to 360,000 students at 750 schools.