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"This case was about the right of mentally competent, terminally ill patients to request a prescription for medication from their doctors which they can ingest to bring about a peaceful death," said Kathryn Tucker, co-counsel to the plaintiffs/respondents and legal director of Compassion & Choices, a nonprofit organization that advocates for improved care and expanded choice at the end of life.

Montana is third state to allow aid in dying