Assisted Suicide No Longer A Crime in California

California legislature approved a bill to legalize physician assisted suicide. Despite opposition from religious and risibility rights groups, Democratic Governor Jerry Brown is slated sign the bill.

The bill allows physicians to prescribe medication to end a person's life if two doctors agree the person has only six months to live. The person must also be deemed mentally competent by a mental health professional.

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