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SHOULD TERMINALLY ILL PEOPLE BE ABLE TO TAKE THEIR LIVES? NJ THINKS SO

The New Jersey Legislature moved closer to passing an “Aid in Dying” bill that would allow doctors to write prescriptions that allow terminally ill people to take their own lives.  The bill cleared a Senate committee on a 6-3 vote on Thursday after more than an hour of grueling testimony.

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