(St. Paul, MN)  —  Minnesota lawmakers are considering a measure that would make free student meals standard in the state.  The proposal would require the Minnesota Department of Education to reimburse districts for the cost of serving breakfast and lunch to all students, regardless of family income.  The move would essentially reinstate the pandemic-era federal program that paid for school meals.  School nutrition advocacy group Hunger Solutions says one in six students in Minnesota experience food insecurity.