Michigan

Status of Medical Aid in Dying

On November 9, 2023, Michigan State Senators Cavanaugh, Hertel, Singh and Klinefelt introduced a medical aid in dying legislative package comprised of Senate bills SB 678,  SB679SB680, and SB681. The bills have been referred to the Health Policy Committee.

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Legislation to allow medical aid in dying, an option for mentally capable, terminally ill adults to peacefully end unbearable suffering, is supported by a wide majority of Michigan voters, regardless of political affiliation, disability, race, gender identity, age or religion.

Graph showing 73% support for medical aid in dying across ages, religions and gender identity. People living with disabilities support medical aid in dying by a 53-point margin.

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