Judge adds Montana to assisted suicide crowd

The lede:

For 10 years, Oregon stood alone as the state with a legal physician-assisted suicide process. But two other states now allow the practice.

Washington voters in November 2008 passed a ballot initiative legalizing aid in dying. Then in December 2008, Montana Judge Dorothy McCarter ruled that state homicide laws unconstitutionally restrict terminally ill patients’ right to dignified deaths.

The whole shebang.