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Brian Hester owns Caribbean tan in Gastonia. He follows strict rules when it comes to clients under the age of 18.

But that could change, after a new set of laws may ban teenagers from tanning altogether. Lawmakers want to make it illegal in the state of North Carolina for anyone under the age of 18 to tan with or without parental consent.

But this could affect Hester's business. He said teens usually tan around prom season, or before dance competitions.




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