Washington May Embrace Assisted Suicide Washington could become the second state in the nation to have an assisted suicide law for the terminally ill. The state has an initiative on the November ballot and it is currently ahead in the polls.
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Washington May Embrace Assisted Suicide

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Washington May Embrace Assisted Suicide

Washington May Embrace Assisted Suicide

Washington May Embrace Assisted Suicide

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Washington could become the second state in the nation to have an assisted suicide law for the terminally ill. The state has an initiative on the November ballot and it is currently ahead in the polls.

Austin Jenkins reports for Northwest News Network.