Australian State Legalizes Voluntary Euthanasia for Terminally Ill

June 20, 2019

(New York Post) – Terminally ill Australians will be able to end their lives with the help of a doctor after the state of Victoria passed historic assisted dying legislation. Under the new law — a first for Australia — people living in Victoria who have been deemed terminally ill will be able to ask their doctor for access to a dose of lethal drugs to end their lives starting June 19.