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North Dakota Woman to Give ‘Obese’ Children Letters Rather Than Candy [VIDEO]

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Some Fargo, North Dakota kids out trick or treating this Halloween will be getting a surprise from one woman this year.  She has vowed to give kids she deems ‘moderately obese’ a letter for their parents rather than candy.

USAToday.com is reporting that the letter tells the parents that their big kids don’t need any more candy, they need to lose weight and be healthy.  Obviously, this is causing a bunch of controversy.  Below is the full story.

What would you do if your kid came back from trick or treating with one of these letters?

 

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