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The O.C. Register: California shouldn’t scrap ‘safeguards’ in End of Life Options Act
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The O.C. Register: California shouldn’t scrap ‘safeguards’ in End of Life Options Act

The O.C. Register: California shouldn’t scrap ‘safeguards’ in End of Life Options Act

Assisted suicide is already legal in California through the so-called End of Life Option Act, narrowly passed by the California Legislature and signed by then-Gov. Jerry Brown in 2015. The bill received opposition from both Democrat and Republican Assembly members and state senators but was passed, many feel inappropriately, during a Special Legislative Session focused on Medi-Cal funding.

For the full story, visit The O.C. Register

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