Michelle Obama is rolling out a campaign to fight childhood obesity today, but she may be wading into complicated political territory, with states' rights advocates and civil libertarians opposed to federal intervention in school lunches and fearful of a "nanny state" in which the government tells kids what to eat. The Atlantic Wire's Heather Horn captures the debate over the first lady's initiative among bloggers on the left and right.

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