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State Bill Number/ Statute Bill Current status Alabama No legislation Alaska No legislation Arizona Ariz. Admin. Code R12-1- 1414 A2 (1994) Written permission from a parent of guardian required for someone under 18 to use the facility. Enacted Arkansas No legislation California Cal. Bus. And Prof. Code 22706 (b) (3) and (4) (1988) -People between the ages of 14 and 18 must have a parent or guardian sign, in the presence of a salon operator or employee, that they understand the risks and agree to the terms of use. - Written permission required for ages 14-18 -Children under 14 prohibited Enacted Colorado No legislation Connecticut Conn. Public Act No. 06- 195 (2006) Written permission from parent or guardian required for a person under 16 to use tanning facilities Enacted Delaware No legislation Florida Fla. Stat. Ann. 381.89 (1998) -Parents must accompany children under 14 on all visits - Written permission required for ages 14-18 Enacted Georgia Ga. Code Ann. 31-38- 8 (1996) - Written permission for those under 18 Enacted Hawaii No legislation Idaho No legislation Illinois Ill. Admin. Code Title 77; Sec 795.190 (c) -Children under 14 are prohibited; parent must sign a consent form in the presence of the facility operator if child is 14-18 years old Enacted Indiana Ind. Code Ann. 25-8- 15.4-15 and 16 -Parent must accompany children under the age of 16 -Parents of minors aged 16-18 must sign a risk waiver in the presence of the tanning device operator Enacted Iowa No legislation Kansas No legislation Kentucky HB 151 (2006) -Parent must accompany children under the age of 14 -Parents of minors age 14-18 must sign a statement that they read and understand the warnings and certify that their child will use protective eye wear Louisiana La. Rev. Stat. Ann 40: 2701 to 40:2718 (2005) -Parent must accompany children under the age of 14 -Parent must sign risk waiver for minors 14-18 Enacted Maine 10-144 Dept. of Human services ch. 223 12A (3) (f) (1990) People under the age of 18 must present written consent form signed by a parent or legal guardian; parents/guardians must have been supplied with standard warning materials Enacted
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Maryland HB 1358 (2008) Md. Health- General Code Ann. 20-106 Minors under 18 are not allowed to use tanning devices unless a parent or legal guardian gives written consent in the presence of the tanning facility owner, employee, or operator. Tanning facility owner, employee, or operator is required to check documentation to verify the age of the individual before allowing them to use tanning devices. Punishment for violation is specified in the bill. Parent or guardian must give
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