MARYLAND – Health panel to hold hearing on right to die legislation


A Maryland health panel is scheduled to have a hearing on a right to die measure today. The bill would allow terminally ill patients with less than 6 months to live to obtain prescription drugs for euthanasia, if their suffering becomes unbearable. The measure was previously heard by the panel last year, but it was stalled. Supporters have made some adjustments to the legislation in hopes of having it put into action this time around.


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