Victorian Government set to hold conscience vote on assisted dying after accepting committee findings

The Victorian Government has accepted a cross-party committee’s recommendation to legalise assisted dying and looks set to hold a conscience vote on the issue next year.

The Government is due to hand down its response this week to the report delivered in June from a state parliamentary committee, which recommended the legalisation of assisted dying for people suffering from incurable conditions.

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