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After refusing to take up similar bills for years, the state Senate Wednesday voted 48-2 to ban the use of indoor tanning beds by people under 18.
A ban on the use of indoor tanning beds by teens under 18 appears headed for full Senate approval after strong support from Senate leaders in committee Tuesday.
For the second time in a little over two years, the state House has overwhelmingly approved a proposal to ban North Carolina minors from using indoor tanning beds.
A proposal to ban minors from using indoor tanning beds is once again headed for the state House floor.
Jim Fulghum with his daughters. (Photo courtesy of the Fulghum family)
Jim and Mary Susan Fulghum on their wedding day. They were married for 47 years. (Photo courtesy of the Fulghum family)
Jim Fulghum with his wife, Mary Susan, and their two daughters and grandchildren. (Photo courtesy of the Fulghum family)
Rep. Jim Fulghum, R-Wake, died Saturday evening after a short battle with cancer, his family told WRAL News on Sunday. He was 70.
Kelly Hinchcliffe and Laura Leslie
Wake County Republicans have chosen local businessman John M. Alexander Jr. as their nominee for state Senate District 15.
Rep. Jim Fulgham, R-Wake, has withdrawn from his state Senate campaign due to illness.
Mark Binker and Laura Leslie
A bill filed in the state House would weigh the option of calling an unprecedented convention of the states to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution.
Five-term state Senator Neal Hunt, R-Wake, is stepping down at the end of his current term.
A bill requiring 7th graders to be taught that abortion is a risk factor for later miscarriages is headed back to the Senate.
A proposal to require health teachers in North Carolina public schools to inform students of risk factors related to premature births moved one step closer to law Tuesday.
State House lawmakers tentatively approved a proposal Wednesday that would ban insurers from charging more for oral chemotherapy than IV chemo.
A struggle over money and professional pride between anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists played out before the House Health Committee Tuesday.
A bill that would ban teens under 18 from using indoor tanning salons passed the House Health Committee Tuesday, but not without more accusations of misinformation on both sides.
Carolina Panthers Tight End Greg Olson was one of many parents who came to Raleigh today to ask lawmakers to require a heart screening test for all newborns.
House Republicans say the state can ill afford to expand Medicaid coverage. Democrats say North Carolina is passing on federal funding that could be used to help the state's uninsured.
A group of North Carolina doctors is calling on state lawmakers to accept federal support for Medicaid expansion, calling it fiscally, medically, economically, and morally responsible.