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(Olympia, WA)  --  A move is underway in Washington to stop sunscreen from being banned in schools across the state.  State law currently requires any medication that a student has or uses requires both a note from a doctor and from a parent.  Sunscreen is considered an over-the-counter medication because it's regulated by the Food and Drug Administration.  A Senate committee is considering the bill, under which school employees wouldn't be required to apply sunscreen to a student, and schools wouldn't carry any liability from its use.

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