New Jersey's Assembly approved a bill Thursday that would allow physicians to prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients. The bill establishes a procedure for patients to request to end their lives. A second doctor would have to certify the original terminal diagnosis and confirm the patient is capable of making the decision to die without pressure from others.
New Jersey Assembly approves assisted-suicide bill
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