Death with Dignity Acts

As of January 1, 2019, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Hawaii, Oregon, Vermont, And Washington have Death with Dignity statutes.

In Montana, physician-assisted dying has been legal by State Supreme Court ruling since 2009.

Death with dignity laws, also known as physician-assisted dying or aid in dying laws, stem from the basic idea that it is the terminally ill people, not government and its interference, politicians and their ideology, or religious leaders and their dogma, who should make their end-of-life decisions and determine how much pain and suffering they should endure.

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