Nearly two decades ago, Oregon became the first of five states to offer what has since become known as death with dignity, or right to die. Now a renewed effort is under way to legalize physician-assisted suicide in California. A new bill has been introduced that would let California doctors prescribe terminally ill patients a lethal dose of medications to end their lives. Similar legislative attempts had failed in the past, most recently in 2007.
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