California Assisted Suicide Bill Dies, Democrats Can’t Find Enough Votes in Assembly
July 8, 2015
In a huge victory for pro-life advocates in California, the bill the state Senate passed to make the state the next to legalize assisted suicide has died. SB 128 is reportedly off the table for the rest of the year after Democrats had trouble finding enough votes in a state Assembly committee to move the bill ahead.
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