Arizona schools can't require students to have a note from a parent to use and possess sunscreen under legislation signed by Gov. Doug Ducey.
The measure -- House Bill 2134 -- signed Wednesday bars schools, children's camps and child care facilities from limiting use of federally approved sunscreen.
Republican Rep. Heather Carter of the Phoenix suburb of Cave Creek sponsored the legislation. She's pushed bills limiting sun and UV-ray exposure for children to help cut the number of skin cancer cases.