IN CALCULATING THE COSTS AND BENEFITS OF A NEW RULE, MAKE THE ARGUMENT THAT ADDED REGULATION NORMALLY SLOWS THE ECONOMY AND LEADS TO INCREASED DEATHS
1. In calculating the costs and benefits of a new rule, make the argument that added regulation normally slows the economy and leads to increased deaths. 2. Eighty-three percent of teens had at least one sunburn in 1999, whereas the comparable figure in 1986 was 30 percent.95 “Right now, we’re at the apex of the ‘bronze goddess era,’” said A toosa Rubenstein, editor-in-chief of Cosmo GIRL magazine.96 More than a third of the 17-year-old girls in a recent survey reported going to a tanning salon in the previous year.97 In 2009 the International Agency for Research on Cancer classified tanning beds as Group 1 carcinogens, meaning the evidence is sufficient for experts to conclude that the beds cause cancer.98 A scientific review of the tanning data found that the risk of melanoma increases by 75 percent if tanning beds and lamps are used prior to age 30.99 The American Academy of Dermatology Association (AADA) has urged the FDA to ban the sale and use of indoor tanning equipment for non-me dical purposes and has called for state or federal laws to, among other things, forbid minors from using tanning devices. Do you support limits on teen tanning? Explain?
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