California along with nine other states including the District of Columbia have Medical Aid in Dying (MAiD) laws modeled on legislation first passed in Oregon 26 years ago. In California, the only people who can legally obtain medication to end their lives are those with a terminal illness and less than six months to live. This restriction rules out anyone with dementia or many neurological disorders, because by the time those individuals are within six months of death, they will have lost the capacity to make and articulate decisions.
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