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As doctor-assisted suicide bill heads to CA Senate, looking at its odds at becoming law
Southern California Public Radio

After passing the state Assembly Wednesday, a bill that would let doctors prescribe life-ending medications to terminally-ill patients is heading to the Senate. It’s highly likely that the Senate would pass the bill, but it’s another matter whether Governor Jerry Brown would sign it into law.

Under ABx2-15, patients would be required to submit three separate requests to a physician — two oral and one written — with at least 15 days between each request.