Montana becomes third state to allow doctor-assisted suicide
Wall Street Journal (blog), December 11, 2008
A Montana judge has ruled that the Montana state constitution's protections for human dignity and individual privacy permit competent, terminally-ill Montana residents to get medications causing a peaceful death. The ruling makes Montana the third state to allow doctor-assisted suicide after Oregon and Washington.
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