“I think the government also knows better than Mom and Dad on cigarettes,” says State Rep. Robyn Gabel (D-Evanston), “It’s the same kind of cancer-causing substance.”
Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno (R-Lemont) is sponsoring the bill. She says the light emitted from tanning beds is a Class 1 carcinogen.
Christine Radogno says the lame duck session didn’t live up to the hype; “a lot of expectation, and not a lot of substance happened.”
While the bill passed along party lines, even one of the “no” voters says people had better get ready for a different world.
Kelsey Murrell, of Kearney, Mo., heard Saturday night that she’s among the 32 American students chosen as Rhodes Scholars to attend Oxford University next fall.
“I find the entire proposal somewhat disappointing,” says Senate Minority Leader Christine Radogno, calling the administration “tone-deaf.”