Vermont, the only aid-in-dying state that specifically prohibited telemedicine for aid-in-dying evaluations and care, has passed a bill that will now allow this. Of note is
Vermont is the third state to pass a Death with Dignity law through legislation! Lawmakers in Vermont supported the rights of terminally ill individuals and
Death with Dignity National Centre (Melissa Barber) reports on April 18, 2013: Great news from Vermont today! After hearing testimony from various end-of-life care experts,
The Vermont lawmakers heard more than seven hours of testimony about Death with Dignity last week by both supporters and opponents. Hearings began with the
Peg Sandeen of Death with Dignity National Centre (USA) reports the introduction of a DWD Bill in the Vermont senate.
The Death with Dignity Political Action Fund – part of the Death with Dignity National Centre – reports on good progress in Vermont.