Montana Makes Way for Assisted Suicide

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Montana's high court paved the way for legal assisted suicide, Thursday, saying no laws in the state prevent patients from seeking such help.

The Montana Supreme Court ruling upholds a 2008 decision by District Judge Dorothy McCarter that ruled state's rights to privacy and dignity also protect a terminal ill patient's right to die.

Now, doctors will be able to freely prescribe the necessary drugs for those terminal ill patients wanting to commit suicide.

Oregon and Washington state are the only others that allow assisted suicide

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