Now that Hawaii has become the seventh state to pass the law, an education campaign is underway.
Hawaii’s medical aid in dying law has been approved by the Legislature and signed by Gov. David Ige. It takes effect Jan. 1.
Kat West, national director of policy and programs for Compassion & Choices, the nonprofit organization that lobbied for the bill, joins Pod Squad host Chad Blair to talk about how it will work.
Gov. David Ige signed medical aid in dying legislation into law in April.
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