Right-to-Die Clears State Senate

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The State Senate has passed a measure much like a law in Oregon. It would allow people expected to die in six months or less to hasten the process with prescriptions ordered by doctors. The California Medical Association is the first group of its kind in the nation to drop its opposition. We hear from legislators on both sides.  

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Photo: Senate Majority leader Bill Monning is the author of the End of Life Option Act