27 Aug Doctors may again help N.J. patients end their lives, court ruling says. The decision was immediately challenged.
An appeals court Tuesday overturned the restraining order that halted New Jersey’s “Aid in Dying” law, which enables terminally ill people to obtain a prescription and end their lives.
Yosef Glassman, the physician in Englewood who challenged the law on religious and professional grounds, immediately filed an appeal to the state Supreme Court, his attorney Rich Grohmann said.
The appeals court also denied Glassman’s request to keep the restraining order in place while the case moves to the state’s highest court, Grohmann said.
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