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Connecticut again considering controversial MAiD measure

On January 18, the Hartford Courant announced that the Connecticut General Assembly Public Health Committee voted to continue drafts of a bill that would legalize the practice of medically assisted aid-in-dying in Connecticut.

Connecticut legislators have introduced aid-in-dying bills 15 times since 1995. Last session, a proposal died in limbo in the Senate Judiciary Committee after receiving a favorable vote from the Public Health Committee.

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