Colorado Considers Medically Assisted Suicide Measure

CBS, 24 October 2016
Author: James Anderson
“Denver, Proposition 106 would require that a mentally competent patient have a six-month prognosis and get two doctors to sign off on three requests for life-ending medication. It requires doctors to discuss alternatives with the patient. It calls for safe storage, tracking and disposal of lethal drugs, recognizing that a patient can change his or her mind. Oregon, Washington, Vermont and California have already passed medically-assisted-suicide laws.”
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