Nearly 600 terminally-ill Californians received drugs under the state's aid-in-dying law last year, according to data released by the state health department. Capital Public Radio's Sammy Caiola has more.
KVCR's Ken Vincent introduces report from Capital Public Radio's Sammy Caiola
California's medical aid-in-dying law has faced moral and ethical opposition since it took effect in 2016. But now a Riverside County judge's ruling questions whether legislators illegally passed it in the first place. Capital Public Radio's Sammy Cailola reports.
California is approaching the one-year anniversary of its Aid In Dying law. Capital Public Radio reporter Sally Schilling explains critics are raising concerns about doctors taking advantage of terminally-ill patients.