FROM AOL In case the link is deleted here is the info: by Sara Bonisteel An 8-year-old Miami public school student asks why she can't have the healthy school lunch option enjoyed by President Obama's daughters, Malia and Sasha, in a new ad targeting Washington lawmakers President Obama's daughters have been drawn into the debate about healthy school lunches in a new advertisement targeting Washington's lawmakers. In 14 advertisements placed throughout Union Station near Capitol Hill, 8-year-old Jasmine Messiah of Miami asks "President Obama's daughters get healthy school lunches. Why don't I?" Click on the gallery at the end of the article to see what other kids are eating for their lunches around the world. The ads are sponsored by Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nonprofit that wants the Child Nutrition Act to be amended to require schools serve more low-fat vegetarian lunch options as well as fruits and vegetables. Jasmine, a vegetarian and the daughter of a scientist who studies childhood obesity, has written her congressmen as well first daughters Malia and Sasha asking for better school lunches. In the letter to the Obama daughters, obtained by AOL Food, Jasmine says: "The problem is that most students eat unhealthy foods, like hot dogs, pepperoni pizza, ham sandwiches and cheeseburgers everyday at school. A lot of schools, including mine, don't offer enough healthy fruits, vegetables and vegetarian meals." She urges the Obama girls to sign a petition for better school meals at HealthySchoolLunches.org. Malia and Sasha attend the private school Sidwell Friends in Washington, D.C. According to its Web site, the school serves vegetarian entrées such as vegetable strata, curried tofu salad and grilled veggie wraps. Desserts at the school are fresh fruit options. "You can go a mile away to the public school in Washington, D.C., and there's no such choice," Dr. Neal Barnard, the president of the Physicians Committee, tells AOL Food. "It's bologna sandwich or if you're looking for something healthier, nothing; it might be a hot dog or nothing; chicken nuggets one day or nothing."