California residents can still seek lethal medication as state courts consider a ruling that would overturn its 2015 assisted suicide law.
A California judge rejected a bid from assisted suicide supporters to reverse a ruling that threatens to invalidate the 2015 law.
A California appeals court denied the state’s bid to preserve its assisted-suicide law.
California is hoping that a state appeals court will preserve its assisted-suicide regimen after a judge struck down the law on technical grounds.
A judge struck down assisted suicide in California, saying state lawmakers improperly enacted the law allowing patients deemed terminally ill to kill themselves.
The widow of Marine-turned-anti-euthanasia activist J.J. Hanson is asking lawmakers to vote down a bid to legalize assisted suicide.
The Washington, D.C., Department of Health said its assisted-suicide program is designed to protect vulnerable patients, disputing criticism from advocates that it has hampered access to lethal medication.
Zero people have obtained lethal doses of medication in Washington, D.C., since the District legalized physician-assisted suicide in 2017.
Two of the most liberal states in the country killed off legislation that would have legalized assisted suicide.
Doctors in Massachusetts are speaking out against a proposal to approve physician-assisted suicide, arguing that its End of Life Options Act could force all doctors to participate in doling out lethal medication and pressure patients into suicide.