111 Terminally Ill Patients End Their Lives Under Calif. Right-To-Die LawSACRAMENTO, Calif. (CBS) -- More than 100 terminally ill people in California have legally ended their lives since a "right-to-die" law took effect in 2016, according to a report from the state's Health Department.
Nevada Lawmakers Weigh Assisted Suicide for Terminally IllA Las Vegas Democrat says he promised his dying friend over a decade ago that he would legalize physician-assisted suicide and he's attempting to make good on that oath with a bill that drew two hours of testimony Wednesday at the Legislature.
Democrats Cancel Assisted-Suicide Hearing, Opponents AmassFrustrated after Democratic lawmakers cancelled debate for the second time this week, patients and doctors rallied Wednesday at the Nevada Legislature against a proposal to legalize physician-assisted suicide.
Heidi Harris: Nevada Right To LifeDr. Brian Callister, a professor from the University of Nevada at Reno, joined Heidi today to talk about a bill proposed by the Nevada Assembly that resembles a law in Oregon, providing low cost assisted suicide.
Utah Lawmaker To Unveil Right-To-Die LegislationA Utah lawmaker is working on legislation this year that would allow terminally ill people to end their lives.
Trial Over New Mexico's Assisted Suicide Law BeginsOpening statements have begun in the legal challenge against a decades-old New Mexico law that prohibits assisted suicide.