Support, concern for Maryland’s 4th try at aid-in-dying bill

A bill in the Maryland General Assembly would allow people with a terminal illness six months from the estimated time of their death to end their lives with a lethal dose of prescribed medicine.

More District residents learning about new end-of-life law

WASHINGTON – More than a year after a controversial end-of-life law went into effect in the District of Columbia, advocacy groups say they are now seeing a higher public response to its efforts to ensure city residents know the law…

State lawmakers debate bill allowing terminally ill patients to end their lives

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — This was the third year state lawmakers have been asked: should a terminally ill person, who has less than six months to live and is mentally capable, be able to receive medication to end their lives? Should the…

‘Death with Dignity’ Bill Would Allow Terminally Ill Patients in Maryland to End Their Lives

Companion House and Senate bills were introduced this week