Minnesota is the 5th state in 2019 to pass legislation allowing kids to possess and use sunscreen at school without a prescription or physician’s note. Kids will now be able to use sunscreen during the school day while on school property or at a school-sponsored event. Minnesota joins Arkansas, Illinois, Maine and Nevada in passing … More Minnesota Joins “SUNucated” States
What’s the best way to reach kids in the 22 states with SUNucate laws so they know they can possess and use sunscreen without a note and promote other sun-safe behaviors? ASDSA and the Indiana Academy of Dermatology (IAD) teamed up to sponsor a Sun Safety Poster contest to promote awareness about Indiana’s SUNucate law. … More ASDSA and the IN Academy of Dermatology (IAD) Sponsor Sun Safety Poster Contest!
The SUNucate coalition congratulates Nevada for becoming the 21st state to implement SUNucate model legislation! The law, signed by Governor Steve Sisolak, enables students to possess and use sunscreen and wear protective clothing in school. It also allows schools to teach students sun-safe behaviors. The effort was assisted by two state partners: the Nevada Society for … More Nevada Adopts SUNucate Legislation
As the state legislative sessions wind down, we wanted to give you a status update on SUNucate bills across the country. Arkansas passed SUNucate, sponsored by Rep. Lee Johnson, MD, an emergency room physician. Maine also passed SUNucate, with the assistance of the Personal Care Products Council, a SUNucate coalition member. Thank you to all … More SUNucate Update – April 2019