Pa. Senate OKs bill to restrict teens' use of tanning services

The Pennsylvania Senate approved a bill to require parental consent for teens wanting to use tanning facilities. The bill, introduced by state Sen. Pat Browne, R-Lehigh, also requires tanning salon owners to register tanning devices, pay an annual $300 per-salon licensing fee and display a warning sign about ultraviolet radiation. The bill now moves to the state House for consideration.

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Daily Local News (West Chester, Pa.) · York Daily Record (Pa.)

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