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DENVER — Feb 7, 2015 By IVAN MORENO Associated Press Colorado lawmakers rejected a proposal to give dying patients the option to seek doctors' help ending their lives, concluding a long day of emotional testimony from more than 100 people. For one lawmaker who voted no, the issue...

BY ANN CUPOLO FREEMAN 01/31/2015  On the surface, if you only consider the wishes of a single individual, assisted suicide legislation might seem reasonable, and the media flurry surrounding the case of Brittany Maynard has made it seem that way. Read more here:http://www.modbee.com/opinion/opn-columns-blogs/article8409432.html#/tabPane=tabs-b0710947-1-1#storylink=cpy But it is important to look...

DAVE GRAM, Associated Press January 27, 2015 The first Legislature in the country to pass an aid-in-dying law may revisit the issue, as a key backer says changes to automatically take effect in mid-2016 would remove too many patient protections. "We've got to figure out how to keep...