Is ‘Death Tourism’ on the Rise? Vermont Moving to Drop Residency Requirement for Assisted Suicide

National Catholic Register, Matthew MacDonald:

Vermont legislators are considering dropping the state’s residency requirement for assisted suicide, which would allow doctors to prescribe life-ending drugs to anyone 18 or older with a qualifying terminal illness who comes to the Green Mountain State.

If the bill passes, Vermont would become the second of the 10 U.S. states that allow assisted suicide to also allow out-of-staters to get a prescription for it. Report is here.