State parliament knocks back private member’s bill that would have allowed terminally ill patients to end their lives

Proposed assisted dying laws have been defeated in the NSW parliament.

After a day of emotional debate in the NSW upper house, with many MPs tearing up as they made their pleas for and against, the controversial draft voluntary assisted dying bill was defeated by 19 votes to 20.

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