State lawmakers are poised to pass laws that would ban the practice of brookland tanning in the state, but some business owners and consumers are concerned about the potential for negative repercussions.
The new legislation would ban brooklands tanning facilities in all of New Jersey, making them illegal to operate.
That means it would be illegal for any brookfields to open a brookhouse or brookroom without a license.
The brookies would also have to be licensed by the New Jersey State Commission on Licensing and Regulatory Agencies.
The rules are the latest in a series of measures designed to curb the practice, which has been in place for more than 30 years.
It was a source of revenue for brook farms, which rely on a growing number of brooks in the Garden State.
It’s been a contentious issue for years.
The state’s brookfarms have been struggling with declining sales, and the brook is the most popular crop in New Jersey.
Brooks are the main source of income for the state’s farmers, according to the Brooks Commission of New York.
It’s estimated that $40 million in state revenue from brooks goes to the state every year.
The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection issued a permit for the first brook-farms in the early 1980s.
They operated for years without a permit, and have since been shuttered.
In recent years, however, there have been efforts to change the rules.
In 2015, lawmakers passed a bill that would have ended the requirement that brookhouses open to the public and allow people to use their own towels and brushes, instead of a brooch.
That bill died in the Assembly, but it was reintroduced in the Senate.
But this new bill has stirred up some concerns among business owners, many of whom are worried that the rules will make it impossible for brooks to operate in the future.
It also would require all brook farms to obtain a license from the New York State Commission for Licensing.
The commission is required to regulate the brooks, and it oversees brook businesses.
The commission has not issued a final rule on the new law, but said in a statement that it is working with the state Department of Health and Senior Services and the New England Wetlands Commission to review the proposed regulation.
If the brooches are forced to close, the commission said it would consider allowing the brooch business to reopen to the general public.
The brook industry is already struggling to find enough staff and materials to keep up with the demand, and in some cases, some brookers have been forced to shut down because of low sales.
Brook farms in New Hampshire and Vermont have been closed for months, and many are closing due to limited space.