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May 172017

In NSW and Victoria this week, two draft bills are being hailed by right-to-die advocates as the two best chances to legalise voluntary euthanasia in Australia in 20 years. Sponsored by a cross-party coalition of five MPs, a draft version of the NSW voluntary assisted dying bill was unveiled on Tuesday, while in Victoria an independent ministerial advisory is due to release an interim report on Wednesday morning.

Trevor Khan MLC says Canberrans could move across to the border to end their lives if a new law passes the NSW Parliament.

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