3/14/23 – Associated Press. Vermont has agreed to a legal settlement that will allow a Connecticut woman to be the first out-of-stater to take advantage of its decade-old law that allows people who are terminally ill to end their own lives
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Georgians for End of Life Options seeks to support and improve end of life and advance care planning in Georgia by advocating for laws and policies which improve and expand options for end of life decision making.
Georgians for End of Life Options is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. We provide support and education for Advance Care Planning, and advocacy to ensure that people have a clear understanding of their rights and all the options available to them in Georgia. We are a service provider and our role is to provide information, resources and education. We do not advocate for suicide in any way and do not advise that anyone violate GA law. We are not a clinical provider, and we do not give legal or medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment advice.