A portrait of Brittany Maynard, a Californian who moved to Oregon to take advantage of that state’s right-to-die law for the terminally ill, sat on the dais of the California Senate Health Committee as lawmakers took testimony on similar legislation last year.
A portrait of Brittany Maynard, a Californian who moved to Oregon to take advantage of that state’s right-to-die law for the terminally ill, sat on the dais of the California Senate Health Committee as lawmakers took testimony on similar legislation last year. RICH PEDRONCELLI Associated Press File
A portrait of Brittany Maynard, a Californian who moved to Oregon to take advantage of that state’s right-to-die law for the terminally ill, sat on the dais of the California Senate Health Committee as lawmakers took testimony on similar legislation last year. RICH PEDRONCELLI Associated Press File

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