National Public Radio
Originally published November 10, 2016
Colorado has joined the handful of states that allow terminally ill patients to end their lives with medicine prescribed by a doctor.
Voters passed Proposition 106 by a 65 percent to 35 percent margin.
The fight pitted those who think the terminally ill should have the choice to end their lives if they choose to do so against those who think it's morally wrong and that people might be pressured into ending their lives.
Under the Colorado measure, two doctors must agree a terminally ill adult has six months or less to live and is mentally competent. The person would self-administer the drug.
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