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California End of Life Options Act Is Temporarily Overturned

On Friday, Riverside County Superior Court Judge Daniel A. Ottolia entered his judgment holding the California End of Life Options Act unconstitutional.

The California Attorney General asked for an immediate stay of the order. But the 4th District Court of Appeal denied that request (No. E070545).

Therefore, until it is reinstated by action of the Court of Appeal or Supreme Court (as seems likely), the EOLOA has been ruled unconstitutional and void.

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