The Senate State Affairs Committee has voted along party lines to approve a "narrow" fix to last year's "conscience" law to clarify that physicians can't violate people's living wills or end-of-life directives as they die, despite testimony against the bill from several seniors and the AARP, among others.
Idaho panel OKs conscience law change
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