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 AP 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 AP file

We welcome but don’t cheer End of Life Option Act

June 12, 2016 04:00 PM