Vermont Becomes First State To Allow Nonresidents To Use Assisted Suicide

  • Vermont became the first state to remove the residency requirement for its assisted suicide law, allowing nonresidents who are terminally ill to travel to the state to end their lives.
  • Gov. Phil Scott (R-VT) signed the bill into law on Tuesday, according to the Associated Press.
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