Members of the California Assembly spent nearly two hours in sometimes tearful debate over a bill that would legalize physician-assisted death for the terminally ill. The measure passed and now faces the Senate, where it has passed before. Its fate with Gov. Jerry Brown is uncertain. Video courtesy of The California Channel. The California Channel.
Members of the California Assembly spent nearly two hours in sometimes tearful debate over a bill that would legalize physician-assisted death for the terminally ill. The measure passed and now faces the Senate, where it has passed before. Its fate with Gov. Jerry Brown is uncertain. Video courtesy of The California Channel. The California Channel.
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