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Assisted dying bill passes upper house, as Premier asks for review

Rob Inglis
Updated November 10 2020 - 7:39pm, first published 7:30pm
A bill that would legalise voluntary assisted dying in Tasmania has passed the state's Legislative Council. Picture: Phillip Biggs
A bill that would legalise voluntary assisted dying in Tasmania has passed the state's Legislative Council. Picture: Phillip Biggs

The Legislative Council has passed a bill that could ultimately make Tasmania the third state in Australia to enact voluntary assisted dying laws.

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Rob Inglis

Rob Inglis

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Rob Inglis is a reporter with The Examiner, covering state and federal politics. He is based in Hobart.

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