Editorial: Implement aid in dying, with care

Two years ago, in response to a medical-aid-in-dying question posed by the Legislature’s House Judiciary chairman, the state Attorney General’s Office offered an opinion that a physician who prescribes a lethal dosage of medication to a terminally ill patient at the patient’s request could be charged with manslaughter.


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