NJ Legislators Consider Measure That Would Allow Terminally Ill To Take Their Own Lives With Physician Help
A new poll suggests New Jersey residents support the idea of allowing the terminally ill to take their own lives, with the help of a physician.
A New Jersey legislative committee has approved a measure that would allow terminally ill people to die at their own hand, with the help of a lethal prescription.
A bill allowing for terminally ill people to take life-ending medication passed the Assembly Health and Senior Service Committee on Thursday.
The mother of a terminally ill 2-year-old Pennsylvania boy who served as his parents’ best man at their wedding says he has died.
A New Jersey Assembly committee cleared a measure that would give voters the ability to decide if assisted suicide should be legalized for terminally ill people who want to take that action.
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