Idaho


Assisted suicide battle moves to Idaho
Michael Cook | Feb 12 2011 | comment  
With physician-assisted suicide legal in neighbouring Washington and Oregon, Idaho legislators have introduced a bill to ban it in their state. It would make assisting another person in a suicide (or an attempted suicide) a crime. The state attorney-general says that Idaho does not have a statute banning assisted suicide.
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