After a full day of debate,
the Vermont Senate completely overhauled legislation that allows terminally ill
people to end their lives. It was a change that many
supporters of the original bill argued would weaken the legislation.
The Vermont Senate Tuesday turns to end-of-life
choices. As state senators debate a bill that would give patients with
less than six months to live the choice to end their lives with
doctor-prescribed drugs, Vermont has emerged as a key
battleground in the national debate over the issue.