Divided Senate panel debates physician-assisted suicide bill

ANNAPOLIS – A Senate committee appeared deeply divided Thursday over legislation that would allow terminally ill patients to request and receive life-ending medication from their physicians who conclude they have at most six months to live. Sen. William C. “Will” Smith Jr., D-Montgomery, the bill’s chief sponsor and vice chair of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee, ...

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