Week 10/2015 in the Death with Dignity Movement


The most important development in the Death with Dignity movement last week was the joint hearing of the Health and Government Operations and Judiciary Committees of the Maryland House of Delegates about HB1021 – Richard E. Israel and Roger “Pip” Moyer Death with Dignity Act, where we provided a testimony. In New Hampshire, the House passed a bill establishing a committee to study end-of-life choices. And here in Oregon, a friend of our organization’s, Dr. Peter Rasmussen, appeared on OPB’s Think Out Loud program discussing Death with Dignity.

These are the highlights of the most important developments in the movement around the United States from March 1 to March 7, 2015, with the corresponding media coverage.


The debate about the proposed Death with Dignity bill heated up in the run-up to the March 6 House Committee hearing.

New Jersey


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