HB1415, A bill for an Act to create and enact chapter 23-06.7 of the North Dakota Century Code,
relating to end-of-life health care decisions; and to provide a penalty, was introduced on January 18, 2021, by Representative Pamela Anderson, District 41, and was referred to the House Health and Human Services Committee, where it was heard on February 1, 2021.
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North Dakotans dying from a terminal illness lack the death with dignity option at the end of life. Modeled on the Oregon Death with Dignity Act, aid in dying legislation would allow qualified, terminally-ill adult residents of North Dakota to legally obtain a prescription from their physician for medications to end their life peacefully, in a dignified way, at the place and time of their choosing. Tell your state lawmakers to support death with dignity legislation!
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