Vt. (AP) — Two Senate committees are slated to take testimony this week
on what has become a perennial issue around the Vermont Statehouse:
legislation that would allow doctors to help terminally ill patients end
their own lives.
labeled "death with dignity" by proponents and "physician-assisted
suicide" by detractors, the legislation is a carbon copy of a bill that
failed in a procedural battle in the Senate last year.
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