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End-of-life bill advances in committee, heads to full Assembly

A proposal to allow terminally ill residents to

A proposal to allow terminally ill residents to end their lives on their own terms has been approved by a legislative committee. (June 5, 2014 7:44 PM)

A proposal to allow terminally ill residents to end their lives on their own terms has been approved by a legislative committee.

    

The legislation would allow terminally ill patients of sound mind who have been given less than six months to live to obtain prescription drugs to end their lives.

Currently, the only option in New Jersey is to make sick or dying relatives...

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