HARTFORD, Conn. – A bill that would allow a terminally-ill patient take their own life will not make it out of the Judiciary Committee this year, according to proponents of the legislation.
It’s the third year in a row the bill has failed to make it out of committee.
Tim Appleton, state director of Compassion & Choices, said civil rights issues take years to gain approval. He equated the struggle to get the legislation passed with gay marriage.
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