Just Another Prescription
In November 2008, voters in the state of Washington joined neighboring Oregon in passing a "death with dignity" law. The original law, a decade old, has transformed the treatment of the terminally ill.
The source: “Ten Years of ‘Death with Dignity’” by Courtney S. Campbell, in The New Atlantis, Fall 2008.
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