A community conversation about dying, brought to Newport by the Oregon Humanities Project and sponsored locally by the Central Coast UU Fellowship and Central Oregon Coast NOW.
Wednesday, February 7th, 6pm at the Samaritan Center for Health Education – 740 SW 9th St., Newport.
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The law was the first of its kind in the nation when it went into effect 20 years ago. There is no longer any active opposition but most people don’t know how the law works. It’s still difficult for patients to find physicians and the preferred prescription costs up to $3,800.
Source: Oregon’s Death with Dignity: Barriers remain 20 years later | OregonLive.com