An Act Concerning the Personal Right to Have Life-Sustaining Procedures Withheld in Instances of Terminal Condition. A.B. 1123
New Jersey: Introduced 1978 April 20; Referred to Committee on Judiciary, Law, Public Safety and Defense
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This Bill Intends to Provide the Framework by Which an Adult Person May Direct Decisions Relating to the Rendering of Their Own Medical Care, Including the Decision to Have Life-Sustaining Procedures Withheld or Withdrawn in Instances of A Terminal Condition. Assembly Bill 65. Held in Health Committee, 1979 Unknown author (New York. Legislature, 1979)
to Provide an Adult With the Choice of Executing a Directive That Would Allow Life Sustaining Procedures to Be Withheld or Withdrawn in Instances of a Terminal Condition Unknown author (District of Columbia. Council, 1982-02-25)
An Act Concerning Natural Death; Authorizing Certain Persons to Make a Written Directive Instructing a Physician to Withhold or Withdraw Life-Sustaining Procedures in the Event of Affliction With a Terminal Condition: Declaring Certain Acts To Be Unlawful and Classifying the Crime and the Penalties Therefor; Amending K.S.A. 1976 Supp. 65-2837 and Repealing the Existing Section. S.B. 297. Session of 1977 Unknown author (Kansas. Legislature. Senate, 1977)