A Bill to restore territory rights relating to Voluntary Assisted Dying will be introduced to Parliament.
The Guardian reports:
"A bill to overturn a federal ban on the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory passing voluntary assisted dying laws will be introduced to parliament next week, setting up the first conscience vote of the new government.
The private member’s bill to restore territory rights was agreed to in the Labor caucus room on Monday ahead of federal parliament resuming on Tuesday."
Read more: Federal Labor allows conscience vote on push to overturn ban on ACT and NT assisted dying laws
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