California Aid-In-Dying Bill Shelved for the Year


July 7, 2015 (LA Times)
- Lacking the votes to pass a key committee, a bill that would allow physicians to prescribe lethal doses of drugs to terminally ill patients in California was shelved Tuesday, likely until next year.

The End of Life Option Act had been approved last month by the state Senate, but on Tuesday it did not have enough support to get out of the 19-member Assembly Health Committee, supporters decided. CONTINUE

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