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Craig Klugman, Ph.D.
Awaiting the governor?s signature, Vermont is poised to become the fourth state to legalize physician-assisted suicide. While Oregon and Washington legalized physician-aid-in-dying through public referendum and Montana through a court decision, Vermont?s is occurring through the legislative process.
The first U.S. aid-in-dying law was the Oregon 1994 Death with Dignity Act. The law faced a referendum to appeal it in 1997 and a Bush administration court challenge was ruled on in 2006.
The Vermont law mirrors those of Oregon and Washington.…
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The first of these was learning of the death of Dallas Willard, longtime USC professor and author of intellectually-provocative evangelical works like ?The D...