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Maine Death with Dignity is a Political Action Committee (PAC) established in 2017 to pass a death with dignity statute in the state of Maine through the 2019 ballot.

The Maine Death with Dignity Act will allow adult residents of Maine who are competent and have been diagnosed with a terminal illness with 6 months or fewer to live to obtain prescription medication to hasten their death in a peaceful manner at the time and place of their choosing.

Similar laws have been in place in Oregon (since 1997), Washington (2008), Vermont (2013), California (2016), Colorado (2016), and Washington, D.C. (2017); in 2019 another statute will go into effect in Hawaii. In a combined 40 years of experience, these laws, which contain a number of safeguards, have provided peace of mind to dying Americans without any flaws or abuse.

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