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Colorado Rep. Joann Ginal, right, D-Fort Collins, hugs Carol Stork of Delta, Colo., after her testimony about the death of her terminally-ill husband, Albert, on Jan. 2, during a Colorado legislative hearing on a bill proposal by Ginal that would give dying patients the option to seek help ending their lives Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, in Denver. Dozens of people with serious illnesses and others who have seen relatives suffer were on hand for the first public hearing on the measure, which would put Colorado among a handful of states currently considering laws to allow the terminally ill to get doctor-prescribed medication to die. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

Colorado Rep. Joann Ginal, right, D-Fort Collins, hugs Carol Stork of Delta, Colo., after her testimony about the death of her terminally-ill husband, Albert, on Jan. 2, during a Colorado legislative hearing on a bill proposal by Ginal that would give dying patients the option to seek help ending their lives Friday, Feb. 6, 2015, in Denver. Dozens of people with serious illnesses and others who have seen relatives suffer were on hand for the first public hearing on the measure, which would put Colorado among a handful of states currently considering laws to allow the terminally ill to get doctor-prescribed medication to die. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

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