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News stories tagged with "physician-assisted-suicide"

Senator Ann Cummings. Her amendment passed in the VT Senate after the Lieutenant Governor broke a tie vote. Photo: Sarah Harris
Senator Ann Cummings. Her amendment passed in the VT Senate after the Lieutenant Governor broke a tie vote. Photo: Sarah Harris

VT Senate passes end-of-life bill

After three days of intense debate, the Vermont state Senate passed an end-of-life bill that will now make its way to the House. The bill is substantially changed. It addresses liability of doctors and caregivers, but doesn't say much about state requirements or palliative care.  Go to full article

Will "end of life" legislation pass in the VT Senate?

The Vermont state Senate is debating "end of life" legislation this week - physician-assisted suicide. They're deciding whether terminally ill patients with less than 6 months to live can request a prescription for medicine they can self-administer end their lives. It's generated vigorous debate in the Senate and beyond.  Go to full article

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