Jul 07, 2015

Aid-in-dying bill withdrawn due to lack of support - SFGate

SACRAMENTO — Lawmakers abruptly withdrew a bill Tuesday that would allow dying patients to end their lives with doctor-prescribed drugs after it became clear the proposal did not have necessary votes to make it through a key committee. Authors of the assisted-dying bill could not convince enough fellow Democrats on the Assembly Health Committee to support SB128 in time to meet upcoming...

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