Opponents Of Calif.'s New "Death With Dignity" Law Cleared To Gather Signatures To Repeal It
The California Secretary of State's Office announced yesterday (Monday) that opponents of the new law allowing physician-assisted suicide have been cleared to begin collecting signatures for a referendum to overturn it. Furthermore, even though Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill into law, no one is really quite sure when the new law will take effect. Capital Public Radio's Katie Orr explains.