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Case: Washington, et al., Petitioners v. Harold Glucksberg, et al. 521 U.S. 702
Facts: Dr. Harold Glucksberg, a physician; four other physicians; three terminally-ill patients; and the non-profit organization, Compassion in Dying, counseling those considering assisted-suicide, were the plaintiffs who bought the suit that confronted Washington's ban against assisted suicides. Their argument was that the right to assisted suicide was protected by the Due Process Clause of the Fourteenth ...
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