The End of Life Option Act made it legal for terminally ill patients to take lethal medication. But some families say red tape and poor provider training keeps patients from actually exercising the right to die.
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California Assembly Member Susan Eggman, from Stockton, authored AB-15, which ultimately became California’s new End of Life law last year. She joins Insight with reflections on the historic change, on the law's first anniversary.