TRENTON, N.J. (CBSNewYork/AP) — New Jersey lawmakers may soon vote on a compromise measure that would bar anyone under 17 from using indoor tanning beds.

Assemblyman Ralph Caputo, the measure’s primary sponsor, said Wednesday that he believes a compromise has been reached with Senate lawmakers. The measure could be voted on Thursday.

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Caputo wants to ban indoor tanning, which increases the risk of developing melanoma, in New Jersey for those under 18.

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The Assembly approved that bill last month. But a Senate committee last week surprised supporters when it recommended a ban for anyone under 16, increased fines and for parents to be present for tanning session purchases.

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The state now bars anyone under 14 from using tanning beds. Written parental consent is needed for those 14 to 17.

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