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Go Gentle Australia publishes its Spring 2019 newsletter
Sep 20, 2019

Go Gentle Australia published its Spring 2019 Newsletter

Petition to veto the Maine Death with Dignity Act did not reach enough signatures
Sep 19, 2019

Last Wednesday was the deadline for the petition to veto the Maine Death with Dignity Act. However, the opponents have fallen short of gathering enough signatures. This means that the USA's ninth aid-in-dying statute will go into effect today (September 19, 2019)

Hemlock Society of San Diego presents upcoming events
Sep 17, 2019

Hemlock Society San Diego has new events for you, read them here

EXIT International publishes its September 2019 Newsletter
Sep 16, 2019

EXIT International published its September 2019 Newsletter

Dying with Dignity NSW publishes its September 2019 Newsletter
Sep 16, 2019

Dying with Dignity New South Wales published its September 2019 Newsletter.

DMD Colombia publishes its Newsletter nr 69
Sep 16, 2019

DMD Colombia publishes its Newsletter nr 69 (Spanish only). 

Lifecircle publishes its September 2019 Newsletter
Sep 15, 2019

This month Erika Preisig of Lifecircle Switzerland published Lifecircle's September 2019 Newsletter.

15 percent increasement of numbers of euthanasia requests at Expertisecentrum Euthanasie
Sep 15, 2019

The number of euthanasia requests at 'Expertisecentrum Euthanasie' (before: the End of Life Clinic) this year rose by 15 percent compared to 2018. This is striking,

Quebec judge strikes down restriction in Bill C-14
Sep 14, 2019

September 11, in reaction to Montreal plaintiffs who wish to exercise their right to an assisted death, Quebec Tribunal declares the requirement of the reasonably foreseeable natural death of the Canadian Criminal Code unconstitutional. 

Dutch doctor dismissed of legal proceedings
Sep 12, 2019

In the first case that has gone to trial since the implementation of the Dutch Euthanasia law, the law court concluded that all requirements of the euthanasia legislation had been met. Therefore the suspect was dismissed of all legal proceedings.

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