Vermont to legalize assisted suicide – 844-292-1318 Vermont legal aid

Vermont is on its way to become the third state in the nation to allow doctor-assisted suicide after its legislature passed a bill which permits doctors to write prescriptions of lethal drugs for fatally ill patients. RT’s Margaret Howell has the details.

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Mike Ang
Helped by the Criminal Legal Aid Scheme (CLAS)

Jamaliah Binte Junid
Helped by the Legal Clinic Scheme

Tan Cheow Hung
CLAS Volunteer Lawyer

Shazana Anuar
Legal Clinic Volunteer Lawyer

Chan Yi Cheng
Former Pro Bono Services Office attaché

Abigail Kor
Law Student Volunteer

Aqram Mydin
The Little Arts Academy

Stefanie Yuen Thio
Project Law Help (PLH) Volunteer Lawyer

Sherrie Chong
Law Student Volunteer


Anas El-Maghrabi
Diana Tengara
Dover Park Hospice
Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS)
Harry Elias Partnership
Lim Zi Yuan
North West Community Development Council
NUS Pro Bono Group
Shazina Zaini
Singapore Management University (SMU) Pro Bono Club
The Little Arts Academy
Thong Lyn Wei
TSMP Law Corporation