Teen Tanning-Bed Ban Dies in Idaho Senate

An Idaho Senate committee killed House-passed legislation that would have banned kids under age 16 from using tanning beds and required those ages 16 and 17 to get parental consent, because of the melanoma risk. According to an American Cancer Society spokesperson, the state is “first in the nation for melanoma deaths.”
March 23, 2012

An Idaho Senate committee killed House-passed legislation that would have banned kids under age 16 from using tanning beds and required those ages 16 and 17 to get parental consent, because of the melanoma risk. According to an American Cancer Society spokesperson, the state is “first in the nation for melanoma deaths.”

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