SALEM, Ore. (AP) — The Oregon Senate has sent the governor a measure amending the state’s assisted suicide law by removing the waiting period for people who have less than 15 days to live. Those seeking life-ending medications under Oregon’s Death with Dignity Act currently must wait 15 days before obtaining a prescription. But senators […]
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