Two Years Later, Looking at Impact of End-of-Life Options Act in Colorado
October 29, 2018
(ABC Action News) – Almost two years after Colorado voters approved an aid-in-dying law, an increasing number of terminally-ill patients are choosing to end their own lives. But KMGH televisions tation in Denver found the process doesn’t always go smoothly. From finding doctors to pharmacies to paying for the medication, there are obstacles and concerns. Presented below, several viewpoints on Proposition 106, two years after it became the law of the land in Colorado.